A more assured performance from England's No.1 and almost miraculously kept Everton's goal out. Did nearly let a Jelavic free kick slip through his grasp.
Forever taking responsibility at the back and his reading of the game frequently sent City on their way.
Brought in against his old side and found it hard to get to grips with Jelavic's movement.
An attack-minded right back, but Maicon was ponderous on the ball at times.
The bright spark of a dour opening 40 minutes, but wasn't offered any movement in front of him, despite threatening.
Preferred to Javi Garcia and did the basics right without impacting further forward.
Nonexistent. Struggled to get involved and a surprise that he wasn't hauled off.
Again something missing; City cry out for the Toure surging drives from midfield of last season.
Took his penalty coolly but was allowed very little room to play by Distin and Jagielka.
Is he capable of starting a fixture? Manchester City fans don't seem to think so, booing that Tevez was replaced by Sergio Aguero rather than the Bosnian.
Poleaxed earlier in the game by Edin Dzeko but an ever-reliable last line of defense for the Toffees.
Crossing was unusually poor but still provided the ball in for the opening goal and poses a threat from dead balls.
With City's attacking players roaming, Hibbert had to hold his position and wait for David Silva. Did so with minimal fuss.
Stood tall about Dzeko in a real physical battle. Gave the ball away on a couple of occasions but wasn't punished.
Miscued a clearance and allowed Tevez in behind early in the second half but recovered well - summing up his afternoon.
Gets through a lot of unseen work in the middle third of the pitch, scored the opening goal and carries Everton through tricky patches.
Showed some wonderful touches early on, but was bogged down in trying to track City runners for the majority.
Always busy and always sensible, Osman is ever-dependable and provides a crucial shield away from Goodison Park.
Difficult role in that he had responsibility to support Jelavic but watch City's right-hand side as well. The defensive side of his game will have pleased Moyes.
Plenty of strikers find leading the line on their own an arduous task, but Jelavic holds off two defenders and still manages to hold a goal threat.
Allowed Zabaleta to get the beating of him too often and failed to back Tony Hibbert up.