An 87th minute penalty from Leighton Baines earned Everton a point in a 2-2 draw with Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium.
Arouna Kone nodded home the simplest of chances to give the hosts a controversial lead after just ten minutes, following good work by Shaun Maloneydown the left.
â€œHe is half a yard offside and the linesman is nowhere near in line,â€ complained Moyes.
But Everton trailed for only 72 seconds. Their reply was emphatic. Steven Pienaar miscued shot crossed and Nikica Jelavic finished at the far post with a header.
EvertonÂ´s best spell of the game came to an abrupt end in the 23rd minute when Gary Caldwell aimed a long ball into space behind the Everton defence. Kone chased it down, sprinted away from the lacklustre Heitinga and then delayed for long enough for a team-mate to get into the penalty box. He then picked out Franco di Santo, who thumped his shot high into the net. 2-1 Wigan.
It took Everton rather longer to draw level for a second time. Everton were behind for an hour, despite Baines prodding a shot against the post and Leon Osman and Mirallas subjecting the Wigan goal to a bombardment.
Finally, Mirallas went down inside the area and Baines, who scored four times in his 162 games for Wigan, grabbed his third against them to earn a deserved draw.