Leighton Baines scored an injury time penalty to earn Everton a 1-1 draw against Stoke at the Britannia Stadium on New Year's Day.
In a goalless first period, Kevin Mirallas hit a screamer against the bar and then saw a free-kick in stoppage time strike the post. It was Stoke who went ahead in the 49th minute when on-loan Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi collected the ball from John Stones' failed attempted clearance and smashed it past Tim Howard.
But Everton forced the draw when Jermaine Pennant fouled fellow substitute Leon Osman in the box and Baines sent Jack Butland the wrong way from the spot. Everton slip from fourth to fifth in the table with the point, while Stoke stay 12th.
The first real attempt on goal came in the 11th minute from Charlie Adam, whose shot appeared to take a deflection on its way to Howard, and a minute later Gareth Barry was penalised for climbing over his marker as he headed a corner over the bar.
Assaidi then brought a parry out of Howard, but the...