Could have been sent off for handling outside his area and squaring up to Diego Costa and Cesar Azpilicueta.
Stabbed one home from an offside position before the madness began and was slow to close down Matic for his goal.
Defended badly on the first goal and saw the ball played around him for Ramires's late effort.
At fault for most of the ills in the Everton defence with individual errors. A horror outing for the England man.
Everton's best player was unlucky to score an own goal. Made terrific chances including an assist for Mirallas and defended Hazard well.
Too slow in covering the ground across the midfield as Chelsea raided forward time and again.
Wasted some balls in the first half but grew into proceedings and gave a great assist to Naismith.
Attempted to provide balance for Everton but struggled against Matic and Fabregas in particular.
A real live-wire for Everton whose energy levels never dropped. His performance got the goal it deserved.
Found the going tough against Cahill and Terry. Didn't hold the ball well enough and wasted the odd chance that came to him.
Scorer of a wonderful first goal and was bright in his attacking play throughout. Could have made a big difference with a superb volley late on.
Tipped one great Mirallas effort onto the post late on but did not convince with this display.
Lost Eto'o for the third Everton goal but was otherwise solid with blocks and interceptions.
Won the ball impressively in the air, at feet and inside his own box. Good display aside from losing Mirallas for the Belgian's header.
Found it tough to get to grips with the overlapping runs of Coleman in an unnatural position.
Chipped in with an early goal to put the game out of Everton's reach within three minutes.
Solid outing by a Mourinho favourite. He provided midfield discipline as well as the goal which finally put the game beyond Everton.
Very accomplished first-half performance from the signing from Barcelona who caused Everton all kinds of problems with his through passing ability.
Won more than his fair share of challenges in the centre as well as providing a goal and assist.
Skilfully got away from James McCarthy for the Coleman own goal but was quiet until that point.
Linked things together well for the visitors before being replaced by Mikel.
The standout performer with two goals, a yellow card and plenty of aggravation caused. A walking headline.