Phil Jagielka has dedicated his goal against Manchester United to team-mate Seamus Coleman.
The Everton captain opened the scoring at Old Trafford with a deft close-range finish, a goal which looked to be the winner until Zlatan Ibrahimovic's stoppage time equaliser from the penalty spot.
The 34-year-old marked the goal by raising his hands to the air, holding up three fingers on one hand and two on the other, signifying the Irishman's squad number of 23.
The centre back then took to Twitter after the game, writing: 鈥淣ot the result we wanted but the goal is dedicated to @seamiecoleman23 Brilliant support from the away end.?/p>
Coleman is out for the foreseeable future after sustaining a horror injury on international duty last week, suffering a double leg break under a challenge from Wales' Neil Taylor.