Everton got a massive boost in their survival boost as Richarlison’s stoppage-time goal saw them earn a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester.
The Brazilian struck in the third minute of stoppage-time to pull the Toffees four points clear of 18th-placed Burnley in what could be a priceless point for Everton.
It appeared Harvey Barnes’ early effort was going to be the decisive moment with the home side struggling to break through.
But Richarlison had other ideas as his strike beat Kasper Schmeichel to send the Goodison Park faithful wild.
Burnley can reduce the deficit on Everton to a point with a win at Southampton on Thursday night, however, the Merseyside club will have played a match less.
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Source: Culled From Talksport.