Everton boss David Moyes was satisfied with their 1-1 draw against Sunderland.

Moyes was happy enough with a point having feared the chances which went begging early in the game might prove costly.

He said: "We played really well for 25, 30 minutes and we had two great chances - Tim Cahill was through and Louis Saha had a header at the back post.

"We played really well and were the better team, but we couldn't capitalise to score our goals and Sunderland grew into the game.

"It ended up as an own goal - it was going into the goalie's arms, the shot, but took a deflection and went in."