Everton player ratings: two score 7/10 but plenty of 5/10s and one 4/10 in late Wolves draw - gallery

Full player ratings from the 1-1 draw to Wolves at Molineux.

Yerry Mina’s late goal gave Everton a crucial point in the battle to stave off Premier League relegation as the Toffees drew 1-1 with Wolves at Molineux.

A first-half goal from Hwang Hee-Chan was cancelled out in the 99th minute dramatically by Mina, who was alert to finish in the box after Michael Keane did well to find a cross after a late free-kick.

Sean Dyche’s side are now two points above the drop zone - but their survival hopes are no longer in their own hands and need Leeds United and Leicester City to slip up.

Everton enjoyed a lively opening 10 minutes and created a few half-chances with Dominic Calvert-Lewin hitting the side netting before heading over on two separate occasions.

In the 29th minute, Nathan Patterson was brought off because of injury and was replaced by Michael Keane - but the Toffees continued to push the initiative.

However, against the run of play the visitors fell behind in the 34th minute after giving the ball away deep in Wolves half.

A poor pass from Idrissa Gueye was cleared by the Wolves defence and picked up by Adama Traore. He dribbled from deep into enemy territory before firing a low shot thatEverton keeper Jordan Pickford could only parry which allowed Hwang to tap in the opener.

Unfortunately, Calvert-Lewin was brought off with another injury just before half-time and replaced by Demarai Gray in what was another setback for Dyche’s side.

Everton struggled in the first part of the second half, with Pablo Sarabia going close on the break near the hour mark. It appeared that the Toffees were heading for defeat before the most drama ensued in the dying embers. Mina scrambled the ball home to spark wild celebrations but it remains to be seen whether a draw will prove enough for Dyche and his troops ahead of the final game of the season against Bournemouth next weekend.