Stadium architect Dan Meis, the man who has seemingly been tasked with shaping Evertonians' dreams with the design of the Blues new home at Bramley Moore Dock, shaped the post-match social media reaction to the 1-1 draw at Manchester United.

Everton led 1-0 at Old Trafford thanks to captain Phil Jagielka's first goal for almost two years but were cruelly denied what would have been only their second win at the ground after the opening season of the Premier League when Ashley Williams conceded a last-gasp penalty and was sent off for a deliberate handball on the line with Zlatan Ibrahimovic slotting home the resultant penalty with almost the final kick of the game.

Meis, who had earlier shown his adopted Everton leanings by Tweeting: "Exciting match, hope our best offense doesn't come only from the defense...and the crossbar", set the tone for heartbroken Blues.

Despite the huge frustration of being denied a victory that would have taken them above Jose Mourinho's side in the table, many Blues were still proud with their side's efforts on what was a much-improved display to their limp Merseyside Derby performance at Anfield on Saturday when the side suffered a 3-1 defeat.

However, several supporters were unhappy that Everton had not done enough to capitalise on their opportunity when leading the game and some were critical of Ronald Koeman's substitutions.