* Southampton moved out of the relegation places with a 1-1 draw at Everton
* Saints were denied victory by an added-time equaliser
* Mark Hughes’s team face a crucial game away to fellow strugglers Swansea on Tuesday
* Substitute Nathan Redmond put the Saints ahead in the 56th minute
* Southampton had Maya Yoshida sent off near the end
* Tom Davies equalised in the fifth minute of added time
* Everton, without Wayne Rooney and Theo Walcott, were booed off after a poor first half
* Everton at West Ham in their final game; Southampton go to Swansea on Tuesday
May 5 (Reuters)- Southampton moved out of the Premier League relegation places with a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park on Saturday but were denied victory by an equaliser in the fifth minute of added time.
Substitute Nathan Redmond headed their goal from Cedric’s cross 11 minutes after coming on at halftime.
Southampton defender Maya Yoshida was sent off in the 85th and deep into added time Tom Davies equalised with a shot that took a heavy deflection.
The Saints now have 33 points, ahead of Swansea City, whom they visit on Tuesday, on goal difference.
Everton are comfortable in eighth place but fans distributed leaflets protesting about what they called “the awful football we’ve endured for a number of years”. (Reporting by Steve Tongue; Editing by Clare Fallon)