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01:27 Tue 04 Apr 2017

Jagielka: We've Learned A Lesson

Phil Jagielka says Everton can take some important lessons after conceding late in second-half injury-time to draw 1-1 at Manchester United.

The Blues looked set to land their first victory at Old Trafford in more than three years and end United’s 19-game unbeaten league run, having gone in front through their captain's improvised first-half effort.

However, an Ashley Williams handball led to Zlatan Ibrahimovic netting a 94th-minute penalty to deny a Blues side who had defended stoutly to protect their advantage.

Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba hit the woodwork either side of the break, while Ibrahimovic had a header ruled out for offside.

But Jagielka admitted it was a disappointed Everton dressing room at the full-time whistle.

“We do feel it’s two points dropped, especially conceding so late, but it’s something we need to learn from,” he said. “We put a decent performance in but we would’ve liked the three points.

“We’re disappointed. Manchester United hit the bar twice and obviously put us under a lot of pressure but when you think you’ve just about seen it out, unfortunately they get a penalty and equalise really late on.

“I thought we played some good stuff, especially in the first half, and I thought the game plan worked. We got players in good pockets and put them under pressure.

'We knew we’d need to soak up some ourselves but unfortunately we weren’t able to keep hold of the ball and see the game out and we could have controlled the game and kept the ball a bit better towards the end.

“When you come to a place like Old Trafford you need to try to keep the ball because they’ve obviously got some great players who can hurt you when they’ve got it.

“Second half the performance was obviously good in patches in terms of defending but on the ball it’s something we need to work on.”

Jagielka’s goal was his first since May 2015 and the 34-year-old admitted it was instinct to get something on the ball.

“It’s the worst overhead side-kick volley ever but it went in so I’ll take that,” the skipper said. “It’s been a long time coming and it’s nice to have got one but it would’ve been nice to have got a winner.”

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