Everton and Arsenal played out a bore draw in the weekend's early Premier League kick-off at Goodison Park.
The Toffees had their new manager Carlo Ancelotti, who they appointed hours before kick-off, watching from the stands while recently-appointed Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was also present at Merseyside.
Everton suffered an early setback as Alex Iwobi, a former Arsenal player was forced off through injury in the 12th minute, with Cenk Tosun replacing him.
There was not much to excite either Ancelotti or Arteta in the first half and the match remained goalless come the break.
Sigurdsson enjoyed the best chance when his 18th-minute free-kick zipped just wide after Richarlison drew a foul from David Luiz on the edge of the Arsenal boss.
The second half was more of the same and, despite Everton piling the pressure on in the closing stages, they were unable to find the opener.
Here's how the players rated at Goodison Park...
Flapped at a Nelson free-kick, but made a brilliant one-handed save to deny Aubameyang.
Returned at right-back and showed desire to break up Arsenal’s play.
Restored at centre-half after being deployed as a makeshift midfielder and was solid.
It was left to the Colombian to marshall Everton’s defence and he performed well.
Poor delivery from a couple of early corners and collided with Calvert-Lewin.
Had little chance to impress against his old club before he limped off injured after 11 minutes.
Was back in the middle of the park after missing the last seven games and it showed at times.
Booked. Found some space on the right to create a chance for Tosun, which he blazed over.
Recovered from illness and and went close when he curled a free-kick into the side netting.
Switched from up front to left wing and struggled to make a telling contribution.
Worked hard to create openings and dragged a shot on the left wide of the goal.
Subs: Tosun (Iwobi 11mins, 6), Kean (Tosun) , Keane (Delph 72) 6.
Unused subs: Stekelenburg, Baines, Bernard, Coleman.
Cut out a couple of crosses and had precious little else to do.
Solid at right-back and got stuck into Richarlison to deny the Brazilian any time.
Was composed at centre-half and was tidy in possession.
Did not drop any clangers on his return to the side and was comfortable on the ball.
Booked. Stuck to his task on his wing and also threatened going forward.
Was tidy in possession and beat Delph on one occasion to launch an attack.
Produced a lovely defence-spitting pass to play in Martinelli on the left for a good chance.
Beat a couple of players on one early, mazy run on only his third Premier League start.
The 19-year-old showed one or two promising glimpses on his full Premier League debut.
The 18-year-old was played through on the left by Torreira, but shot wide.
Thought he had scored before Pickford clawed away his goal bound shot.
Subs: Willock (Smith-Rowe 67, 6)