Had very little to do but claim several long balls. Immune from any fault for the goal.
Always a willing runner, had little to do in defence against a disciplined Surman.
Managed to keep Morison more quiet than his strike partner but showed a lack of composure, hoofing the ball on numerous occasions.
Had looked comfortable against the duel aerial threat of Morison and Holt but was turned woefully easily for the opener.
Forced to leave gaps at the back as Everton's best crosser of the ball. Baines often shoulders much of the Blues' attacking burden and was unfortunate not to contribute towards a goal here with several dangerous crosses.
Busy on both sides of midfield but unable to provide the necessary cutting edge before a well-taken goal.
A disciplined performance from the captain helped to ensure the Blues' dominance in the middle.
His biggest contribution constituted an exchange of elbows with Holt. Didn't provide anything near enough in attack but kept the ball steadily.
Showed great control as a lone frontman but blighted by a lack of support meaning he had to do too much running.
Enjoyed an incredibly bright start at the heart of everything good in Everton's attack but tailed off severely and failed to affect the game later on. Substituted
Looks a shadow of the late-arriving goalscorer the Everton fans once knew. Really struggled to show the knack of being in the right place yet again and was consequently substituted.
Made some wonderful claims to prevent Everton crosses coming to more and instilled confidence in his back four.
Booked early on for a rash foul on Leighton Baines but did not allow it to affect his performance. Disciplined throughout.
Ensured Everton concentrated their attacks down the other side of the pitch by showing great solidity.
Always appeared to be Norwich's last man, clearing off the line and making several key blocks.
Beaten in the air by Cahill on too many occasions but looked comfortable enough standing off the Everton attack.
Part of a midfield outnumbered and out-thought. Not an area where Norwich excelled.
Failed to really control the midfield given Everton's numbers and should have opted to shoot when presented with a chance in the first half.
Doubled well with Tierney defensively but provided little in attack.
Failed to capitalise on the spaces left by Baines' runs up the left hand side.
Provided the ball into the box for Holt's opener as their partnership grew in confidence throughout. Withdrawn late on after tiring.
Took his goal brilliantly and was a constant aerial menace.
- 1 J. Mucha
- 15 S. Distin
- 7 D. Bilyaletdinov
Mesmerised the Norwich defence as a late substitute and his great run led to the equaliser.
- 26 J. Rodwell
Too little time to make a difference.
Showed good touch in hold-up play and provided the extra body in the box the hosts had been crying out for.