Had very little to do, but pulled off one stunning save in the first half to let us all know that he hadn't switched off.
Careered forward with his usual verve in what could also be his last game at Goodison Park. Rarely troubled defensively by an unimaginative West Ham right hand side and even took liberties by drifting infield.
Has added defensive steel to his game in the second half of this season and is beginning to look the real deal at full-back. Always a willing runner going forward and kept Matt Jarvis very quiet.
Surprisingly struggled in foot races with Andy Carroll, but was commanding in the air. Today typified his season - there was the occasional slip but Distin was largely solid.
Fluffed his lines once in the first half by presenting an opportunity to Kevin Nolan but other than that was sound positionally and looked to join midfield when Everton had good possession.
Quiet, but he so often is. That doesn't mean Pienaar isn't effective. The South African is often busy occupying unmarkable positions in the final third which creates space for others.
Gibson was exceptionally keen to stamp his authority on midfield and picked up the roaming Kevin Nolan well. Usual decent range of passing and kept the Toffees ticking over.
Pushed further forward by David Moyes and floated behind Victor Anichebe. Seemed to enjoy the added attacking freedom as he rolled back the years. An eye for a pass and consistently got Kevin Mirallas involved.
Asked to sit deeper by David Moyes today - which has a potential interesting summer subplot. Was the manager giving him some game time in the engine room with Old Trafford in mind next year? If so, he will have been impressed.
The amount Anichebe has come on this season has been extraordinary. So much so that he is now the main man to lead the line instead of Nikica Jelavic. Strong as an ox, holds up the ball well and links play.
Running out of superlatives for the Belgian winger, who excites every time he pulls on a blue shirt. A box of tricks - sometimes you don't know what you're going to get from him - and took his goals calmly.
Made a couple of exceptional stops - especially in the slippery conditions - and very little he could have done about the goals.
Found Victor Anichebe a tricky customer to deal with and allowed the striker to spin too often. Did - however - sweep up behind James Collins well and was quick to smell danger in behind.
Will get his head on everything, block shots and dive into last ditch tackles, but Collins was caught out of position all too often as West Ham didn't communicate how best to tackle the roaming four in front of them.
Run ragged by Kevin Mirallas and Leighton Baines, left two on one most of the time. His body language suggested he was already on his holidays; Demel was frustrated at a lack of support.
Simply put, not a Premier League left-back. But that isn't necessarily his fault. Couldn't cope with the marauding Seamus Coleman but was given little help from Matt Jarvis.
Neat and tidy on the ball, knitted possession together nicely, but lacked the intelligence to unlock what was a well-drilled home defensive unit.
Operated wide to nullify the threat of Leighton Baines but didn't affect the game defensively or in an attacking sense. Game passed him by.
Nonexistent until he was hauled off at half-time.
Tried his best to drive West Ham on but to little avail - this was always going to be Everton's day despite Nolan's best efforts.
Has done very little to justify his price tag this season and today was no different. One-paced, one trick and no delivery into the box. Very poor.
The pantomime villain of the piece, but held his own against Distin and Jagielka. Left isolated until Sam Allardyce brought on Carlton Cole but barely had a sniff all game.