Everton drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace at Goodison Park last night.
The Toffees could only manage to pick up a point in the contest at Goodison Park, despite creating numerous opportunities.
Everton had a host of chances to ensure that they won against Palace, but they were wasteful in front of goal and luck was against them.
Lukaku hit the woodwork twice in the match, and Palace made them pay for missing so many chances when Scott Dann scored from a corner.
That goal looked to have been enough to provide the Eagles with the three points, but Lukaku did manage to strike late on.
-10 degrees revitalise bath After todays game. We deserved a better score though pic.twitter.com/PTgFOvkL7d— ArounaKone (@OfficielArounaK) December 7, 2015
Everton’s squad still seemed disappointed after the match, though, as they were desperate to gain the three points.
Everton would have move up to sixth place in the Premier League table if they had beaten Palace, but a draw was only enough to help them climb up to ninth position.