Enjoyed a quieter afternoon than he did in the previous round against Liverpool but proved again he is an able deputy for Wojciech Szczesny.
The Arsenal captain displayed no obvious signs of ring rust despite this being his first outing since the third round win over Tottenham in January but his side didn’t look as authoritative in defence without Laurent Koscielny.
Coped well with the physical threat of Lukaku and was typically assured and composed in possession.
A fantastic outlet down Arsenal’s left but his final ball consistently lacked accuracy.
Dealt well with the threat of Pienaar and provided his usual stream of crosses from Arsenal’s right flank. Set-up Giroud's clinching goal.
Despatched the opening goal with a calm authority out of keeping with his recent performances. Earned himself a standing ovation when he tracked back to deny Kevin Mirallas, typifying an industrious display.
Metronomic in the heart of midfield but never really threatened to find the sort of telling pass capable of unlocking Everton’s defence. Showed real guts and composure to tuck away his twice-taken penalty.
Threw himself into the action with his usual gusto and enthusiasm and kept Arsenal ticking over.
Buzzed about with menace and intent, driving forward and pulling Everton one way and another with his expansive range of passing. Lovely weight on the ball which allowed Ozil to open the scoring.
Proved a distraction for Everton’s defence with his physical attributes but lacks refinement in front of goal and cunning in his movement inside the penalty area.
An all-action display from the England hopeful who powered forward on numerous occasions and showed there is real end product to his game. Won the crucial penalty with a fantastic lung-bursting run.
A real mixed bag from the Spaniard. Produced a couple of really athletic saves but looked terribly unconvincing under the high ball and his distribution was erratic.
Not his usual threat in attack but showed his defensive attributes are not to be underestimated.
An absolute rock at the heart of Everton's defence. The Frenchman produced another polished display that bellied his advancing years.
The England Under-21 international found it hard to cope with the movement of Arsenal's attackers and was grateful to have the experience of Distin alongside him.
Caused Arsenal all sorts of problems in the league game between the two sides earlier in the season but was on the back foot for most of this contest and was given a stern defensive examination.
Jack Wilshere's loss may well be Barkley's gain. It seems unthinkable that the young Evertonian could be left out of England's World Cup squad on this evidence. Missing from 12 yards when completely unmarked was the only blemish on another superb display.
Neat, efficient, uncompromising and disciplined - until the moment he gave away a penalty in slightly unfortunate circumstances.
Not his most effective display but you can never question his work rate or commitment to the Everton cause.
A solid if unspectacular display from the former Wigan midfielder whose best work was done in the defensive third.
The towering Belgian was a real thorn in Arsenal's side and it was no real surprise when it was he who was on hand to tuck home the equaliser.
A real threat on the counter with his pace and trickery causing Arsenal problems all afternoon and he played a significant part in Lukaku's equaliser.