Yerry Mina’s goal for Everton at Manchester United was ruled offside. Picture: OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images
Toffees supporters would likely have snapped your hand off for a 1-1 draw before kick-off.
With Richarlison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Seamus Coleman still injured, along with Alex Iwobi missing the clash due to injury, not many would have given Rafa Benitez's side a chance before kick-off.
However, Evertonians leaving Old Trafford and those watching from home will feel it should have been a victory.
Andros Townsend's fifth goal of the season in the 65th minute cancelled out Anthony Martial's opener and it was nothing more than deserved.
But in the closing stages, the Blues could - and should - have taken all three points.
Tom Davies was picked out in all sorts of space by Ben Godfrey and had just United keeper David de Gea to beat.
Instead of shooting, the substitute opted to square to Yerry Mina, who tapped into the empty net.
However, the centre-back's celebration was subdued, having feared he was offside. A VAR check indeed showed that was the case.
It’ll be a moment supporters rue for years to come. It denied the Blues a first win at Old Trafford since 2013.
So, who was to blame out of the pair during the incident?
Here's what those closest to the action had to say.
Everton boss Rafa Benitez
I didn’t see. I was watching the linesman and now, with VAR, you have to wait.
Maybe if Davies can shoot and finish, we’re talking about another thing, but I’m really pleased with the effort and commitment and the way we were doing things on the pitch.
Toffees winger Andros Townsend
We’re probably happy with the point but in that dressing room, we’ve been watching the replay of the disallowed goal, we’re a bit disappointed.
It was close, I think Tom did the right thing to square it but, unfortunately, it didn’t go our way
BT Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand
Tom Davies will not sleep tonight. He should have shot.
Just shoot. You can feel it when someone is offside. In your vision when you're passing the ball forward, you can almost feel when someone is ahead of you.
You just, you've got a feeling he might be offside. You're there, you've got the goal at your mercy. Just smash it past the goalkeeper.
He will not sleep tonight looking at that, 100%.
BT Sport pundit Jermaine Jenas
It's difficult as a midfield player. You're constantly passing and working out solutions and percentages at that point going: 'Where am I going to guarantee a goal here'.
There is a guaranteed goal, if he shoots and it gets a deflection then there's another option there. But he definitely should shoot.