Had little to do beyond palming away a Leon Osman volley in the first half. Did not come under the aerial bombardment he perhaps expected.
Put in some crucial blocks during rare moments of Everton pressure. Shackled Anichebe with ease.
Worked well with Evans to keep Fellaini quiet when the Belgian pushed up. Rarely forced into anything last ditch by an anaemic opposition attack, though.
Dealt with Pienaar more effectively than most full-backs this season. Picked out a fabulous through ball to set Van Persie away for the second.
Everton's inability to threaten the box largely came down to United's full-backs, with Evra matching Rafael in terms of defensive solidity.
Showed some sloppiness in possession in a deep midfield role and was substituted early in the second half having seemingly suffered an injury.
Took his goal beautifully and put in an industrious performance which did not tally with his advancing years.
Never shirked his defensive duties and almost scored with a wonderfully hit volley in the second half.
Helped create the first goal with a delightful cushioned header but did not enjoy an easy afternoon up against Baines.
R. van Persie
Hit the post, provided an assist and scored despite some occasionally questionable touches. It was entirely fitting that the Dutchman be so involved on a day United effectively sealed a title which he has played such a part in securing.
Did not have his best afternoon - and let his frustration out on the referee quite a few times - but kept things simple when given the ball.
Could do little to stop the first goal but was rounded on two occasions by Van Persie. The striker may have hit the post the first time but he made no mistake on the second.
Thrown into the team at the last minute and made the mistake which allowed the hosts to open the scoring. Never looked certain after that.
Did not influence the game in the manner which we are accustomed to seeing. His link-up play with Pienaar was largely nullified.
Can shoulder none of the blame for United's goals and defended stoutly. Let down by others around him.
Caused havoc in this fixture last time but was subdued here, with United having seemingly learnt how to control him.
Rarely tested on the outside and got forward well when his team broke forward.
The South African's partnership with Baines on the left is usually Everton's biggest threat but that failed to get off the ground as Pienaar struggled.
Suffered his first defeat in an Everton shirt but not due to a lack of effort. Helped Everton control the middle of the park for long periods, even if that domination was not rewarded in terms of goals.
Brought a brilliant save out of De Gea in the first half with an excellent volley. His creative spark was snuffed out by United's hard work for much of the game, though.
Wasted some excellent opportunities in the first half due to a lack of speed in his thinking. Looked cumbersome on the ball and did not use his frame intelligently.
Has yet to get back to his best following a hamstring injury. Did not provide enough dangerous crosses before being substituted in the second half.