Everton 2-2 Tottenham

Everton fought back from two goals down to earn a point with Tottenham, who missed an injury-time penalty.
Jermain Defoe slotted in the opener at the near post, and Michael Dawson made it 2-0 with a diving header. 
Louis Saha volleyed in from eight yards to start Everton's comeback and Tim Cahill equalised when he stooped to head in Leighton Baines's cross. 
Defoe had a chance to win it after Wilson Palacios was fouled but Tim Howard saved the striker's spot-kick. 
It was a dramatic finale to a fine second half that swung one way and then another, but Spurs will be kicking themselves for throwing away a two-goal lead. 
The Londoners had looked to be cruising to victory - and third place in the table - after producing the more creative football for much of the afternoon. 
But Everton's never-say-die attitude paid off, and Howard's heroics meant the Toffees avoided a fourth consecutive league defeat.
Everton manager David Moyes:
"I thought we deserved a bit of luck and the goalkeeper helped it. 
"The players had worked incredibly hard and had got stuck in. We tried to get something and because of that we earned some good fortune when it came around. 
"I thought when it went to two each if anyone was going to make it 3-2 it was going to be us rather than Tottenham." 
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp:
"We had control, we were 2-0 up and we couldn't see any danger. But suddenly they got a goal back, and Everton came on strong. 
"We had a great opportunity to win the game with the last-minute penalty but it wasn't to be. 
"It's frustrating, we threw away two points today."