Tim Cahill and Leon Osman struck second half-goals as Everton fought back from two goals down to grab a 2-2 draw with Hull at the KC Stadium.
Hull threatened first when Bernand Mendy headed Peter Halmosi's cross straight at Tim Howard.
Leon Osman spurned a decent chance at the other end in the 11th minute but it was the hosts who claimed the lead in the 18th minute when Michael Turner rose highest at the far post to meet Dean Marney's cross and send a header back over Howard that Osman on the line could not keep out.
Hull extended their lead on 48 when Neville headed another Marney corner past his own goalkeeper and it looked like the home fans would be going home happy.
But Tim Cahill's shot bounced down off the bar and in on 73 and Osman's close-range volley five minutes later earned Everton a point.