Manchester City had to work hard to see off a spirited Everton side and stay five points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Everton boss Marco Silva: "The first 20 minutes our performance wasn't good enough but after their goal we responded strong. We had some good moments. We were faster and quicker and made problems for them and equalised.
"We created problems for them and had a good moment with Gylfi Sigurdsson. They had a bit more possession, which is normal against most teams.
"But we had a good attitude from our players and, to be honest, we had the best chances before they scored to make it 2-1, through Mina and Calvert-Lewin. There was a big save by Ederson.
"It was a good game, a competitive game. We didn't get the points but there were lots of positives."
Man City boss Pep Guardiola: "At Goodison Park it is always difficult, at this stadium but we started incredibly well as usual and we created chances and scored a goal.
"But we created from wide areas in the second half and we had the quality of Riyad Mahrez for the goal.
"Everton have fast players, they caused a lot of problems at the back, so I'm delighted because we want to go for this league and try to win it again."