Should have done better with McCarthy's goal in the first half but had no chance for Lukaku's.
Out-muscled by Lukaku in the move leading to McCarthy's first-half goal.
Gave the ball away time and again on the left-flank in an ordinary display notable only for a terrible challenge on McGeady.
Caught the wrong side of Lukaku as he saw the ball whizz past for the second Everton goal.
Made some decent challenges on Lukaku and extinguished a few Everton attacks. Missed a sitter in the closing stages.
Ahmed El Mohamady
Only occasionally used his abundant pace to attempt to go beyond Baines.
Left standing as McCarthy breezed past for the first goal and never put his stamp on the match in possession.
Energetic display from the Irishman seeking an FA Cup final starting berth.
Limited contribution from one of Hull's shining lights this season; could not influence the game with the ball at his feet.
Isolated up front as Everton dominated the ball and had no bearing on the game against his former club.
Claimed one ball bravely at the feet of Jelavic but his game was mostly about getting Everton going from the back.
Never challenged defensively but looked slow on the turn at times and was booked for a clumsy foul.
Played high up on the left and put in some inviting balls for Lukaku.
Good forward passing, including one to the feet of Lukaku which set in motion the McCarthy goal.
Characteristic energy from the right and he supplied some good crosses, too.
Clever use of the ball from the base of midfield. He set Everton on their way time again, including for the second goal.
Loitered dangerously just inside the Hull half waiting to influence the game and sprung the hosts' defence with a devastating through-ball for Lukaku's goal.
There is an argument that says McCarthy has been the best signing of the season. This was another midfield performance that had everything - including a rare goal.
Wasteful in possession given the amount of the ball he enjoyed. Wayward shots and crosses did not complement the decent footwork.
Missed a couple of first-half chances but held his composure well to double Everton's lead after the break.
A player reborn under Roberto Martinez, the Scot's intelligent movement and link-up play was evident in both Everton goals.