Had to be alert to deny Yakubu on numerous attempts, smothering the ball at the Nigerian's feet and pulling off two smart, full-stretch saves right at the death.
Only manages 30 minutes before going off injured, seemingly picked up after colliding with Schwarzer. Replaced by Chris Baird.
Delivered a few wonderful crosses, one of which Dickson Etuhu nearly scored from, and was one of Fulham's most portent attacking threats down the left.
Managed to out jump Tim Cahill on numerous occasions, which is no mean feat given the Australian's prowess in the air
Had a glorious chance to put Fulham in front just before the break but couldn't direct his header either side of Howard. Worked very hard in the centre of the park but was often chasing the quick feet of Arteta and Fallaini.
Opened Fulham's attempts with a shot which comfortably cleared the bar. The Welshman linked up with Salcido well, but the Mexican outshone him on several occasions before he was substituted.
Not the controlling display Fulham fans are used to seeing from their captain, who found time and space on the ball hard to come by.
Flashed a shot wide in the first half and apart from one half-chance in the second half was a shadow of his former self. Clearly popular with the home fans as his substitution early into the second half was roundly booed.
Found space hard to find on the right side of midfield and was closely marshalled by the resolute Baines. When he did get the chance to cut inside onto his favoured left foot, his delivery was often poor.
Fulham's outlet up front and a typically robust display from the likable American, although service was conspicuous by its absence. Flashed a couple of shots wide in the second half.
Not given a huge amount to deal with but was alive to Dempsey's shot early in the second half and was rarely beaten in the air, comfortably gathering any high crosses Fulham could muster.
Struggled more against the pace of Eddie Johnson once the American was introduced, and even lost out in the air to the Fulham substitute on occasion.
Everton's most dangerous man this afternoon, the Irishman was a constant threat in the more attacking role of right midfield than he is used to, and created a handful of chances that team-mates were unable to make the most of.
Kept Duff quiet for large periods of the game, and was a threat pushing forward, including a wonderful run that beat three Fulham defenders but offered a cross Cahill couldn't convert.
Gave Everton fans a scare when he went down clutching his knee in the first half, not a welcome sight after six months out with cartilage problems, but recovered to marshall a strong Toffees defence well.
Taken off early into the second half after a quiet display by his standards. The best the Australian could muster was a bicycle kick which went narrowly wide.
Started the match strongly but faded as the game wore on. Won countless headers but often saw them fail to reach a team-mate.
Slotting back in at right-back, where he served all those years ago for Manchester United, the Toffees captain was unable to stop Salcido putting in a couple of brilliant crosses, but was rarely tested otherwise
Always an option for his Everton team-mates, the Spaniard ran the game in the centre of the park, but wasted his opportunities to put the away side ahead, flashing a shot over the bar in the second half.
Had to play against two right backs today as Kelly was replaced early on by Baird, but had the beating of both with an array of turns and flicks. Final ball was, though, found wanting.
- 38 N. Etheridge
Struggled against the pace and trickery of Osman and Pienaar after coming on as an early sub for Kelly.
- 17 B. Riise
- 32 R. Halliche
- 27 J. Greening
Given 10 minutes at the end but must have touched the ball only a handful of times.
Was a far more effective target man than Gera, and deserved a goal for his efforts. Can expect to be pushing for a starting place with a display like this.