The Polish keeper superbly denied Anichebe in the second half with a strong right hand. He also got out well to deny Naismith and made a good block from a close-range Fellaini volley. A great display after the Saints have struggled for a regular No.1 this season.
The 17-year-old made enterprising runs down the left and showed great strength both with and without the ball. With displays like this, he has the makings of a future star.
Struggled to deal with Fellaini's aerial ability and did not track Jelavic well enough but was let off by poor finishing from the striker.
The Dutch defender lost concentration with the ball in the air on occasion but forced a decent stop from Howard with good control and a volley.
The right-back coped well with Pienaar but did not get tight enough to Baines at times. Provided an option in attack on the flank.
Composed presence in the centre of the park and kept Everton's creative players quiet. He won the ball well and moved it on to more dynamic players.
The midfielder was lucky to escape a caution for a reckless early lunge but got forward well with energy to provide Lambert with support. Replaced by Rodriguez.
Good early movement and drive from the forward and he almost opened the scoring a couple of times. Provided a constant threat but was replaced by De Ridder late on.
The youngster combined well with Schneiderlin in the centre to stifle Everton's midfield; he could be an important presence for the Saints in avoiding relegation.
Strong in the tackle and and clever in possession, he almost set up Do Prado and drew a fine save from Howard after a strong run. Replaced by Davis.
A great all-action display with a superb free kick that forced a last-gasp save, hit from over 30 yards out, and a host of other chances but lacked the finishing touch.
The American made great stops in the first half from Lambert, Ramirez and Hooiveld to keep his side in the game - he was the main reason why the Toffees left with a point.
The young full-back looked to push on down the right and put in dangerous crosses early on but was forced off with an injury early in the second half.
The left-back found space down the flank and was unafraid to shoot from range but his delivery was not up to its usual high standards. Cleared a header off the line to keep the scores level, though.
His vital early clearance denied Puncheon an easy finish and the England defender stopped the forward with another block. A solid presence for David Moyes' side.
Bailed out by Jagielka on a couple of occasions, the centre-back looked off the pace. He took a chance by pushing Yoshida needlessly in the box and could not handle Lambert.
The midfielder pressed forward with intensity but struggled to impose himself on the game. Booked for a lazy lunge on Shaw and went off for Anichebe.
Typically composed in the centre and rarely bypassed but offered little in the way of creativity to break the Saints down. Moved to right-back after Coleman's withdrawal.
Showed strong hold-up play and had the beating of the hosts' back line in the air. Tested Boruc with a snap volley early in the second half.
The South African showed a range of nice flicks and good dribbling, but little penetration. A combative presence but it wasn't his night.
The clever Scot was always looking to link in passing triangles and had a 10-yard drive at Boruc on 20 minutes but struggled to dominate play.
The striker had another poor night in front of goal, wasting a glorious chance on the hour looking unimaginative in possession. Was replaced by Mirallas.
Had 25 minutes after replacing Jelavic but shanked a great chance wide from 10 yards. Still finding his way back to full fitness.
The forward replaced Coleman early in the second half and immediately looked a threat. He played in Jelavic but the striker somehow squandered the chance, and produced a superb stop from Boruc.