Had little to do but looked assured throughout. Pulled off a good save from Crouch in the second half.
Bounced back from a stuttering display against Liverpool with a solid defence showing. Kept Walters out of the game.
Deputised for the injured Baines and capped off a fine display with a goal. Always looking for the ball and provided some quality deliveries.
Given the task of keeping Crouch quiet and did so with ease. The captain has had more testing afternoon's than today.
Had little to do in the way of defending and pushed forward with quality when needed. Deserved his goal.
Another outstanding display from the summer signing and he is proving to be worth every penny of the £13m that Everton parted with. Energetic and keen throughout.
Quietly effective from the Manchester City loan man. Kept the game ticking over and provided some quality distribution in key areas.
Back in the side to replace Barkley and was instrumental to his sides' play. Wasn't afraid to get stuck in.
His trickery and showmanship terrorised Stoke all game and linked up well with Oviedo in Baines' absence.
At the heart of literally everything that the home side created. Proved himself to be more than just a super sub with a goal and two assists. Staked a claim for a starting spot.
Deserved his late goal after an afternoon of hard work and strong hold up play. Clearly enjoying life at Everton.
Would be harsh to criticise the stopper despite conceding three goals. Pulled off some solid saves.
Handled the obvious threat of Lukaku well and will be pleased with his display after a busy afternoon.
The game seemed to pass him by and did little of note throughout the contest.
Solid in the air as ever. Would have liked more protection from his midfield at times but did nothing wrong as far as goals conceded go.
Given a stern test from the excellent Deulofeu and will be in no rush to see the Spaniard again.
The former Liverpool man seemed to relish facing his old rivals and was a central figure for Stoke. Will have wanted more help from his team mates.
Cut a frustrated throughout and at times looked overran in midfield. Deservedly booked early on in the second.
Didn't provide enough protection for his back four in front of a lively Everton midfield but used his aerial threat in advanced positions well.
His sides' best effort fell to the former Liverpool man and was unlucky not to pull a goal back. Linked up well with Jones late on.
A very quiet afternoon. Was provided little service and never looked like troubling Everton's defence.
His manager will have seen him as the creative option for his side but did was comfortably dealt with by Coleman.