Could do nothing about Bony's equaliser and had little to do thereafter other than make a fantastic stop to deny the Ivorian in the second period.
Superb pass over the top found Barkley to create the opener, and though his confidence on the ball can get him into trouble, he is a calming influence on the Everton backline.
Caused problems early on as Davies struggled to get to grips with his breaks from full-back. Neutralised in the second half but defended well.
Made a number of strong tackles at the back as well as some key blocks as Swansea looked to get the ball into the box. Poked straight at Vorm when well placed with the scores level.
Tucked away his penalty with ease and was strong defensively thereafter. Not able to quite get into the game in an attacking sense.
Not always on the same wavelength as his team-mates, though he did look more comfortable on the left than the right. Did show the odd good touch.
Guilty of some sloppy passes early on but quickly grew into the game to form an excellent shield in front of his defence.
Another strong showing in the heart of the midfield as he won multiple tackles and kept the ball well. Tracked back to defend well around his own box.
Showed great pace to latch onto Stones' pass for the opener before keeping his wits about him to nod in at the back post for the third. Still not at his best but a step in the right direction.
Saw passages of the game pass him by but managed to claim two assists as his crosses were turned in by Lukaku and Barkley.
Showed good strength to fight off Williams and give his side a base from which to launch attacks. Showed great feet twice to put the hosts back in the lead early in the second half.
Could do nothing about any of the goals, and showed good hands on the other occasions he was tested. Distributed well enough.
Struggled with Coleman’s runs early on but managed to get to grips with him and was solid defensively thereafter.
Failed to stand his ground as Barkley won the penalty for the opener and then eagerness to get forward left his defence exposed for the second. Otherwise made some tough tackles and good blocks.
Did his best to get his side going on the pitch and battled well with Lukaku. Undone by the Belgian’s quick feet for the second but cannot be blamed for the defeat. Found the net in injury time.
Caught well out of position in the build-up to the first goal, and though he showed a good touch to create Bony’s equaliser, was not at his best. Wasted an excellent opportunity to get the Swans back into it at 3-1.
Superb cross-field pass helped create Bony’s goal but he was otherwise quiet on both flanks.
A poor first touch and numerous misplaced passes continually put his team on the back foot. A terrible showing that was brought to a premature end with 20 minutes to go.
Was quiet largely thanks to Baines’ excellent defensive work and saw his afternoon ended by a substitution on the hour mark.
Kept the ball well in midfield, but was undone by Lukaku’s run in behind when covering for Chico ahead of the second goal.
Wasted a good chance to give the Swans the lead early in the second half and then lost the ball in midfield which led to Lukaku’s goal. Saw a shot well saved by Howard as the Swans looked to get back into it.
In the right place to score Swansea’s equaliser and he used his physical presence to his advantage throughout. Denied superbly by Howard before being replaced with 20 minutes to go.