Though Everton were far from inspirational in the first half, the American had very little to do. Similarly untested in the second.
Did well up against Lukaku, matching the Chelsea loanee for pace and power - which is no mean feat.
Is not a natural right-back but did his job defensively and tried his best to get forward.
Gave credence to the popular argument that he should be England's first-choice left-back with yet another brilliant display. His first goal was a strike of real quality whilst his penalty left little to be desired.
Had enjoyed a quiet night up until his calamitous error in the second half. Inexplicably chipped the ball up in the area to allow Long to score.
A quiet, reliable presence in midfield as ever. Did not put his stamp on the game but did the basics.
Neat and tidy in attack but did not get into the box as reguarly as David Moyes would hope.
Moved the ball well in the middle but struggle to truly spark due to his attacking team-mate's occasional wastefulness.
A typically tricky performance but did not create as many clear-cut opportunities as he might have liked.
The winger did well to make this game after being subbed off against Bolton, and looked somewhat off the pace.
Battered and harrassed West Brom's defence but did not always pick the correct option when holding the ball up.
Should perhaps have done better with Baines' first, as the ball beat him at his front post. Otherwise, fairly competent.
Got forward well from right-back but, along with McAuley, should have stopped Baines' first. Didn't look hugely comfortable up against Pienaar, either.
Did not win every battle in his war against Anichebe but he was not involved in the incidents which led to Everton's goals.
Should have closed down Baines before the left-back opened the scoring with a sweetly hit shot.
Gave a largely anonymous showing going forward, whilst Everton's threat down his side was minimal.
Did little to truly test makeshift right-back Phil Jagielka, as he allowed the Englishman to force him down blind alleys.
Left the field for Shane Long after an hour - a change which prompted immediate improvement for West Brom.
Used the ball relatively well and was denied an equaliser in the second half after hitting the bar with an incredible free kick.
Looked nervy in possession before sustaining an injury which forced him off late in the first half.
Did little to test the Everton defence but was economical in possession.
Ensured Distin knew he was in a contest but was wayward with some of his shooting. His composure in rounding the keeper led to Long scoring.