Manchester City coach David Platt was not satisfied with the 1-1 home draw against Everton.
The Premier League champions found themselves a goal behind when Marouane Fellaini gave the visitors the lead before Carlos Tevez equalised from the penalty spot.
Platt said: “As a home game we have to look at is as two points dropped.
“We pegged Everton back in the second half as we looked for a second goal but they also could have also grabbed a winner also. But we expect to win our home games.
“The first goal they got was coming but it gave us a kick up the backside and in the last hour we pegged them back.”