The Slovak shot-stopper has a near impossible job in displacing Tim Howard from the Everton starting line-up in Premier League games and did nothing to suggest that he's a reliable back-up. Looked nervous early on and brought down Odemwingie in the area after rushing off his line. Fortunate not to be dismissed as a result. Atoned late on with a fine save from Scharner's shot.
The young Irishman looked to break up the West Brom defence with some penetrative running a caused trouble for Mattock and Olsson all evening. Unquestionably the home side's biggest threat
Typically looked to break forward as much as possible to support Royston Drenthe and delivered some fine dead balls from the left and was unfortunate to see Fellaini fail to connect with a header.
Imperious at the back, looking sharp in meeting aerial balls first and staying tight to Tchoyi but nearly gifted Odemwingie a first-half goal after a sloppy ball played in the Nigerian.
Full-blooded defending at its best from the the World Cup finalist, who delivered some excellent challenges on both Tchoyi and Cox. Impressive strength and some nice balls out of the back.
The Dutchman made his first start in the Toffees first team and looked determined to impress the Goodison faithful. Looked to advance as the game wore on but despite working hard, never really got a chance to make the difference.
Determined to fulfil the potential that his early career promised, Rodwell gave an impressive display in the Everton midfield. Showed his quality early on with a fine cross-field ball to Neville as Moyes' side looked to counter.
Took a little time to get into the game but proved comfortable on the ball from around the 20 minute mark, helping to build a number of attacks and linked up well with Stracqualursi. Secured the Toffees' equaliser with a fantastic 20-yard strike
Frustrated Rodwell by ploughing forward with a little too much vigor but was never troubled at the back as West Brom narrowed and played centrally to Tchoyi up top. Still committed as ever at 34, the skipper gave Everton the victory in extra time
The so-called 'new Wayne Rooney' looked completely at ease amongst his more experienced colleagues, demanding the ball and showing fine vision with a couple of incisive passes through to Coleman and Stracqualarsi. Unfortunate to be subbed off shortly after Brunt's penalty.
Looked likely to make something happen but was given a tough task as the hosts lumped balls towards the Argentine. Moved very well but showed a heavy touch when the ball was played off the ground. Should've scored early in the first half with a point blank effort but saw it saved by Fulop.
Was hesitant from crosses as Leighton Baines whipped in a number of dangerous looking balls from the left but was otherwise fairly solid. Rarely troubled but pulled out an impressive stop to keep out Stracqualarsi shortly before his side's opener. Could do nothing to keep out Fellaini's equaliser
The former Leicester man struggled to contain Seamus Coleman as the the hosts targeted balls down the right-hand channel to test the full-back's resolve. Didn't look comfortable.
Maintained his place in the side despite struggling away to Swansea on Saturday and looked out of sorts once again, as the impressive Stracqualursi stretched him out of position. Did improve however as the young Argentine tired and was commanding in the second half.
Toiled in containing the aerial threat of Fellaini and was nearly caught out by an out-swinging Baines ball to which the Belgian connected but held the line well alongside Olsson.
The free signing from Preston in the summer was left isolated for periods by the marauding Odemwingie, with the Nigerian abandoning his defensive responsibilities but Jones did well in quelling Drenthe.
Worked hard for Albion, chasing down possession when it was in the hands of David Moyes' and played through Odemwingie to secure his side the penalty that provided the opener.
The winger captained the Baggies but had difficulty in inspiring his troops, effectively being marked out of the game by Rodwell. Took his penalty very well however, smashing it past Jan Mucha.
Was deployed up top alongside Simon Cox but struggled to give Phil Jagielka many problems, with the former Sheffield United man proving largely immovable at the back. Wasted a fine chance after a neat run on the 15th minute but atoned with the ball to start the move that secured the penalty.
Not the 18-year-old's best performance, looking a little sluggish in the opening exchanges as he surrendered possession to Rodwell. Grew into the game however and showed impressive energy, trying to stifle Rodwell and Fellaini and forcing the hosts to look wide.
A largely peripheral figure on the right wing, struggling to make an impact as the midfield battle played out in the centre of the park and the opposing flank. Did however secure his side a penalty after latching on to Dorrans through ball, forcing Mucha into the foul.
Failed to give Baines too much trouble down the right and was a little wasteful with his passing under pressure. Fairly ineffective.
- 24 T. Howard
- 15 S. Distin
- 2 T. Hibbert
- 7 D. Bilyaletdinov
Came on shortly after West Brom's opener but looked sluggish in the middle, failing to gain a foothold in the game.
Replaced Stracqualursi and proved an able target man up front, transforming his side's fortunes with some fine attacking play.
Worked hard after coming on shortly before extra time, looking to make the most of the tiring legs in the Baggies troops with some diagonal runs from the left.
- L. Daniels
Brought on in extra time to provide some fresh legs but hardly got a sniff.
- G. Jara
The Austria international was solid after being introduced in the first half of extra time, keeping a close eye on Cahill and holding the ball up well.
- 21 Y. Mulumbu
Came on late to help sure things up for the visitors but could do nothing to help keep out Fellaini's unstoppable equaliser. Delivered some committed challenges and looked bright.
- S. Berahino