Did not have to deal with as many high balls as his opposite number, but commanded his box well.
Kept Suso completely out of the game but looked a touch more uncomfortable when Sterling moved to his side.
Dealt with Suarez brilliantly in the second period but was perhaps to blame for the Uruguayan running free to head home.
Put in several wonderful deliveries and formed a great partnership with Mirallas down the left. Found less space after the Belgian was withdrawn but still provided a threat.
Kept his defence together, particularly in the second half as Sterling stuck close to him.
Incredibly tidy in possession for the Blues and took his goal brilliantly.
Never looked like being dispossessed and was an excellent focal point for the Toffees' attack.
Kept things simple in the middle but couldn't always fill the space which Suarez found with ease in front of the back four. Booked for a comical dive on the verge of half-time.
The hosts' biggest threat in the first half, giving Andre Wisdom a torrid time. Withdrawn at half-time with an injury.
Outshone by Fellaini but did a job for his team. Missed a glorious headed opportunity in the second half.
Aside from scoring, the attacker had a quiet game. Did his defensive duties well.
Could do little about either goal but bravely came to collect plenty of crosses into the box.
Looked like an experienced head amongst a panicky defence at times. Cool on the ball and in the tackle.
Struggled to get to grips with Mirallas but had control of Gueye when the youngster arrived at half-time.
Coped well in the face of an aerial bombardment. Hard to blame for either goal.
A mixed afternoon for the Spaniard. Failed to track Naismith for the equaliser but did some good work going forward.
Gave one of his better performances this season as he led the Reds well. Provided a beautiful free-kick for Suarez to grab the visitors' second.
Found himself on thin ice after an early yellow but calmed himself to improve vastly in the second period.
Showed occasional nice touches but entirely failed to help the Reds control the midfield. Paid the price as he was withdrawn at half-time.
Kept possession well but had the unenviable task of trying to track Fellaini, who often bullied him on the ball.
Another player who failed to make a mark as he was well marshalled by the Everton defence. Subbed at half-time.
At his dangerous best. Scored two goals - though will perhaps have one taken from him - and constantly threatened. Denied a late winner by an incorrect offside call.
Part of the reason for Liverpool's improved defensive stability in the second half. Defended calmly after a half-time introduction.
Brought control to the Reds midfield with a performance of real composure.
Played as a makeshift right back in a back five and did well getting forward at the right times.