Everton drew 2-2 away at Hull City on Friday evening.
Everton drew 2-2 away at Hull City on Friday evening – and manager Ronald Koeman has taken to Twitter to send a message to fans after the game.
The Toffees made the trip to the KCOM Stadium in high spirits having beaten Leicester City 2-0 on Boxing Day, but fell behind early on as Michael Dawson put Hull in front after Curtis Davies flicked on a corner from Robert Snodgrass.
Everton's Ross Barkley celebrates scoring their second goal
Everton did hit back before half time as Hull goalkeeper David Marshall inadvertently turned Kevin Mirallas' corner into his own net, only for the Tigers to take the lead again in the second half, with Snodgrass bending home a superb free kick.
Koeman's men piled on the pressure in search of an equaliser, and after Hull had given Everton left back Leighton Baines too much time to put a cross into the box, Ross Barkley headed past Marshall to claim a point in a 2-2 draw.
It's now just two wins in the last nine games for Everton, who have slipped well off the pace of the top six, and may be eyeing up seventh spot after a tough run of results.
After the final whistle, Everton manager Koeman took to Twitter to send a message to supporters, who will have been disappointed to only take a point against relegation-threatened Hull.
Koeman admitted that Everton weren't at their best against Hull, but was pleased that his side came from behind twice to claim a point at the KCOM Stadium.
The Dutchman also took the chance to wish Everton fans the best for 2017, and fans will be hoping to claim a win at Goodison Park when the Toffees face Southampton on Monday afternoon.
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