Watch Ole's press conference
The boss fields questions from journalists during Saturday's post-match media briefing...
Ole, I know it's a draw and one of those that feels like a defeat. How do you explain that happening at the end? “Of course, when you’re in the 94th minute and winning the game it feels worse of course when you concede in the last minute. The first five minutes of the second half was hard to take but for the rest we play some very good football and we should have been out of sight really.” Ole, so many positive moments to be pleased about. I guess that makes the circumstances around the three goals so much harder to take when you've done so much well on the pitch. That kind of eroded? “Of course but football is about getting the ball into one net and keeping it out of the other and we didn’t manage to do that. We didn’t manage to keep it out. That’s what cost us. We played some very good stuff. You can sit and talk about the good performance, the possession, the chances we had but still we come away with only one point.” Can you talk us through Bruno Fernandes’s goal please? “Haha. Good pass by Fred, or dummy by Bruno [Fernandes] to Aaron [Wan-Bissaka] and nice little lay-off and then… He knows how to strike a ball any which way you want, really. He can kick it straight, kick it with a dip, he can curl it, he can swirl it. It's a fantastic strike with the dip and the keeper had no chance to save it. Fantastic goal and I have to say the two goals we scored in the first half were really, really good goals.” Set-pieces seem to be a recurring theme. Is there anything you can do to prevent that? Harry [Maguire] seemed to stay high and drop and then keep players onside... “You know, we know that many teams in the Premier League have got good players and Everton more than others. When we give them a chance to even put the keeper up there. There were ten men there, one who launched it and ten in the box. It’s about staying high, winning the first challenge, of course. If you don’t, stay up on the line and clear it and we just couldn’t manage. It happened before then. We should have played the minute out better, of course we should have.” Paul went off in the second half. Is it a bad one or will he be okay? “It seemed like a muscle injury, his thigh. So we just got to check him up tomorrow, do a scan and see how serious it is. I hope it’s not too bad but he couldn’t carry on so I had to take him off."