Made one good save from Jelavic early on but was otherwise untested until Osman headed home from close range.
Reads the game well, stepping up to make some good interceptions, and never allowed Jelavic to find space behind him. But Baines' cross just drifted past him to allow Osman to open the scoring.
Rarely involved. He got to grips with Naismith fairly easily but offered little as an attacking threat.
Allowed Jelavic to latch on to a long pass early on but was dependable as ever after that. Made one brave block to deny Fellaini on the edge of the box.
Generally kept Pienaar at bay but troubled when Baines joined him to attack. Only really came into the game as an attacker late on, when he helped to supply the crosses that changed the game.
Faded out of the game a touch after a bright start, testing Howard early on after latching on to Hoolahan's through pass. Did not really supply the crosses Holt and Becchio might have thrived on, but still looked Norwich's main creative threat.
The conductor at the base of the Norwich midfield but he struggled to get into any kind of rhythm as Everton quickly closed him down. Too often conceded the ball sluggishly.
Has undeniable ability but simply looks as if he is going through the motions for long spells of the game. He was unlucky to see one shot blocked by the back of Holt after a mazy run but moments of promise like that were few and far between.
Never looks particularly comfortable on the left, and was an odd selection on the flank given Becchio and Holt might have benefited from the kind of crosses a traditional winger could have supplied. Produced one or two inventive moments, but not enough.
Mostly looked to run on to passes behind the Everton defence but simply does not have the pace to be effective in that role. Barged through to shoot on goal once, and then finally began to receive some good delivery from the flanks which he took advantage of to grab a dramatic winning goal.
Came deep to hold the ball up and link midfield to attack but he was often too slow in moving the ball to unmarked wide players when he had the chance.
Was ready when called upon and solid, if unspectacular, saves from Snodgrass, Holt and Kamara. Claimed crosses confidently and could do little to prevent the late Norwich onslaught.
Kept Holt and Becchio at bay but Kamara proved more of a handful and he struggled to cope with the new aerial threat in the late stages of the game.
Produced a decisive moment of quality when he overlapped down the left and swung in a cross for Osman to head home. Otherwise, he was fairly reserved and generally preferred to cross from deeper positions.
Tasked more with coping of the threat of men getting in behind the Norwich defence, which he did successfully. Distributed the ball well and made one huge challenge to deny Holt, although it proved in vain.
A good outlet in the first half, charging down the right and providing one or two decent deliveries from the flank. Made one vital interception, too, when he swept up behind his centre-backs to deny Holt.
Everton's main outlet, he controlled high balls superbly and brought others around him into the game. Early in the second half, with the Toffees in control, he dominated the game, but Norwich clawed it back in the final minutes.
Not always his usual composed self in the early stages but things got better for him after he sneaked behind the Norwich defence to nod in the opening goal. Retained possession with less trouble in the second half.
Quiet for the most part, but linked-up with Baines, as he so often does, to create the first goal of the game. Had his best moments when Fellaini drifted over to support him.
A little sloppy, like Osman, early on, but as the match wore on the two central midfielders looked to have gained control before Norwich roared back.
Took a long pass down superbly to shoot early on, but was denied by Bunn. After that, he was disappointingly anonymous and his poor run of form continues.
Worked hard but struggled to stretch the Norwich defence and did not ask many serious questions of Garrido. Jelavic is not playing well but often the service from the likes of Naismith is not really good enough.
Relatively quiet after his second-half introduction, but he did help bring more width into Norwich's game, which proved vital.
Made a massive difference to the Norwich attack with his pace and power. Headed home the equaliser from a corner before rising with Holt when his strike partner bagged the late winner.