Made one good save from Cahill early on. Little he could do about Baines' stunning free kick. Made one customary flap at a corner but went unpunished.
Confident - almost too confident - with the ball in his own half, but supported Bale in attack well.
Booked for a foul on Yakubu after ten minutes, but showed few signs of the 'burnout' that hampered his midweek performance.
Deep cross created chance for equalising goal. Rarely threatened by Bilyaletdinov in defence.
As assured display from the centre back, returning from injury. Limited the threat of Tim Cahill and went close from a corner in the second half.
R. van der Vaart
Will not score an easier goal this season. Always hungry for the ball, and his delightful flick provided Modric a golden chance to open the scoring.
Looking close to his best again, darting past players on several occasions, linking up with Modric and Van der Vaart well
Bright in the first half but faded in the second. Still short of the height of his powers after injuries.
Replaced at half time by Sandro. Moved the ball across midfield well, but was outnumbered in the midfield as Everton broke.
Not sure how much he knew about the assist for Van der Vaart's goal, but troubled Jagielka in the air throughout. Twice wasted chances to put Spurs ahead in the second half.
No signs of 'running on empty' as Harry Redknapp had feared. Spurs' best player once again, creative and tireless.
At fault for Tottenham's equaliser as he flapped at Hutton's cross, but saved well from Modric.
Misjudged a high ball, presenting Crouch with a chance to level he did not take.
Charged with the task of dealing with Crouch and struggled at times. Might have prevented the striker from finding Van der Vaart.
Beautiful free kick to give Everton the lead, but like most full backs, was troubled by Lennon's pace
Booked for bringing down Lennon. Very direct in attack, a promising player for the future.
Limped off for Hibbert in the second half. Second half mistake almost allowed Spurs to take the lead.
A fairly anonymous performance from the playmaker, returning to full fitness after injury.
Reliable as ever for Everton, the captain did little wrong
Rarely got beyond Hutton on the Tottenham right hand side.
Looked to join the lone striker in attack as always, but was denied chances by Kaboul and Gallas.
- 23 C. Cudicini
- 19 S. Bassong
- 8 J. Jenas
- 21 N. Kranjčar
Introduced in place of Palacios. Still finding his feet in the Premier League, but looks unfazed, strong and confident on the ball. Bought a booking for a cynical foul on Saha.
Replaced Lennon with 20 minutes to play. One great chance deflected wide.
- 10 R. Keane