Hardly had anything to do as the hosts controlled the game, and his back four tidied up in front of him whenever they were called upon.
Looks every inch a world-class defender. Committed in the tackle, read the game well and tidied up as necessary. Protected Boruc well throughout.
Prone to the odd lapse in concentration, but didn't look like doing so this afternoon as he and Lovren enjoyed a relatively comfortable time in defense.
Stood up well to the threat of Deulofeu throughout the afternoon. His cross led to Coleman's own goal and he was a constant thorn in Everton's side, both defensively and going forward.
His battle with Coleman was always going to be interesting, and the England youngster shaded it. As the visitors tired during the latter stages he turned things up a gear, producing some wonderful driving runs forward.
Tireless in midfield as he ran all day to support his team-mates at both ends of the pitch, but occasionally took too long on the ball and lost out. One of Southampton's quieter performers.
Worked hard in a wide midfield role, helping double up on Deulofeu as needed. Should have made it 2-0 with a glorious chance wasted in the first half, but was absolutely everywhere and produced one of his best performances of the season.
Calm, assured, and a real solid presence in the heart of Southampton's midfield. He specialized in the unspectacular for the Saints and did it expertly.
Came flying out of the traps and set the move going for the opener by battling to win possession, while constantly being involved in Southampton's attack. His consistent displays will surely see him play a big part for England in Brazil.
Full of energy and running, and gave Alcaraz and Stones a really hard time in the middle of the Everton defense. Quietened down as the visitors grew after the break and was replaced by Ward-Prowse with 15 minutes to go.
Fired in a dangerous cross that saw Alcaraz put it into his own net after just 58 seconds, and seemed to be involved in everything that was dangerous as he both dropped deep and ran off the shoulder.
Nothing he could do about either own goal as Alcaraz's header powered past him, before Coleman's touch wrong-footed the American.
Had the worst possible start by diverting the ball into his own net, and his nerves seemed to get the better of him from then on as he had a horrible afternoon.
His crossing was not as regular an occurrence as Everton would have wanted and, although his balls were always whipped in with venom, he couldn't find a blue shirt in the box.
Fortunate to get away with three separate handball shouts inside his own area and almost let Southampton in after the break as he slipped in possession. His partnership with Alcaraz in defense looked nothing of the sort.
Pushed forward as often as he could, but didn't provide as much of an attacking threat as he would have hoped, and compounded more misery on his side as he put the ball past Howard for 2-0.
Regularly sprayed accurate floated balls out to either flank, but couldn't drive things in the middle too often as Wanyama controlled things for Southampton, and was replaced by Leon Osman at the break.
Battled hard with Lallana all afternoon and often came away with the ball, but was fighting a losing battle with several poor performances around him.
Couldn't be faulted for desire but was shown up in midfield several times and gave away far too many free kicks.
Looked Everton's likeliest route back into the match with some good touches and bursts of pace, but couldn't produce an end product and seemed to be on a different wavelength to Lukaku.
Endured a pretty lonely time up front for the visitors, as his teammates failed to create many chances, while his own movement left something to be desired. Spurned a good chance after the break, though, as he headed straight at Boruc.
Had a tough time up against Clyne on the flank; the defender certainly had the better of the battle. Had just as much — or little — joy when switched to the other flank before being hauled off on the hour.
Came on at halftime for Barkley and added a bit of guile to the Everton midfield, but his first real contribution was a yellow card for diving under Lovren's challenge.
Replaced Deulofeu on the hour and added an extra threat on the left, linking up well with Baines. Almost had an immediate impact as he carved a decent chance for Lukaku with a teasing cross.