The 21-year-old defender stepped up against Swansea City after Seamus Coleman injury.
Everton and Swansea City lived up to their billing of being on even par for this season with a bore draw in South Wales this weekend.
The Toffees and Swansea have both had a good start to the season but neither team could find the killer ball or killer instinct to put the ball in the back of the net.
The only real flashpoint of the came regarded Kevin Mirallas, rightly sent off for a stupid and reckless challenge late on.
However the main talking point from an Everton perspective regarded the performance of and presence of young defender Tyias Browning at right-back.
The 21-year-old featured from the start for the first time in his Everton career in the Premier League after Seamus Coleman was ruled out of action with a hamstring problem.
The youngster, who is more of a central defender by trade, put in a good effort in place of Coleman. He was up against one of the Premier League’s more dangerous wingers in the form of Jefferson Montero in the game but handled him well and used his pace to get forward when necessary.
His performance obviously encouraged Everton fans and the local lad can be pleased with his performance.
Here is some of the best reaction from Everton fans on Twitter…
I've said since the Derby that browning is good always plays well when called upon #efc— johno (@leejohno1987) September 19, 2015
Galloway and Browning, two very inexperienced young full backs, have coped superbly with Ayew and Montero. #EFC— Matthew Burgess (@1matthewburgess) September 19, 2015
Browning really coming into this game. I'm impressed so far.— Brandon Earp (@Brandon_efc) September 19, 2015
That kid Browning looking like he belongs............do work kid!! #EFC— Jeff Lampkin (@lampdizl) September 19, 2015
What a defence #efc will have. Stones, Browning & Galloway started today, all under 21.— Nich Starling (@NichStarling) September 19, 2015
Impressive full (PL) debut from Browning, too. Targeted by Montero but rarely beaten; made more tackles (6) than any EFC player this season.— Matt Cheetham (@Matt_Cheetham) September 19, 2015