Everton spurned a golden opportunity to move ahead in the race for fourth place, dropping two key points against West Brom.
Having started the game two points off the Champions League pace, a win was required to rise above both Liverpool and Tottenham and return to the top four.
Once Kevin Mirallas slotted home on 41 minutes, the Toffees were right on track, only for a woeful second-half performance to dash their hopes.
The lead was eventually relinquished on 75 minutes when Diego Lugano glanced home an equaliser, securing a valuable first point for Pepe Mel.
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