Made no errors as bad as that crucial spill against Chelsea on Saturday, but laboured to a couple of saves. Made a crucial stop late on to deny Coleman, though.
Did reasonably well going forward on his debut, but twice failed to track Naismith's diagonal runs in the first half. The Scot punished him at the second attempt. Redeemed himself against Deulofeu after the break.
Never fills those watching with confidence even when he is being demonstrably competent. Made no real howlers, but his partnership with Hangeland is dangerously statuesque.
Brought cheers from the crowd with a nutmeg on McCarthy and brought the ball out from the back time and again, but his positioning was flawed on occasion. Does not seem at all at ease next to Senderos.
Provided Fulham's only genuine width on the left with Taarabt drifting constantly inside, but did not do a lot with it whenever his team decided to use him. Skied one shot from a trademark chance in the first half.
Not his finest night, though he continues to produce quality moments, such as holding off Oviedo and threading a beautiful pass through the legs of Distin to send Kacaniklic racing in.
Gave the impression of playing for himself rather than the team, constantly cutting inside and looking to shoot at the expense of his side's attacking width. His shooting was not particularly good either, though his obvious skill and intent did at least create space for his team-mates at times.
His passing was slightly off and, perhaps understandably, he wasn't the most mobile presence in the heart of midfield. Did nothing stupid, though, and showed quick thinking to find Bent for the winner.
Another energetic display from the promising but raw youngster. Forced one excellent stop from Robles and had a slightly fortuitous hand in the equaliser.
Typically sensible but unusually tentative in possession in the first half, he gave more of a box-to-box performance in the second, creating one good chance for Berbatov.
Lacked the service or the space he requires in the first half, but his performance improved markedly after a lucky ricochet and a calm finish had given him his first goal of the season.
His kicking was worryingly erratic and although he commanded his area well, he was beaten far too easily by Bent.
Linked the play nicely between defence and midfield, giving his team a man over in the middle third. Once they took the lead and dropped deep, though, that advantage was lost.
Looked remarkably assured for a 19-year-old making only his second start, but must take some responsibility for losing Berbatov for the equaliser.
His decision-making was faultless and, aside from one pass from Kasami which nutmegged him, he marshalled his defence imperiously too.
Attacked and defended his position with tenacity and quality, even threatening a goal himself with an impressive volley on his weaker foot. Missed a big chance late on.
Not the potent outlet Baines or Coleman are in the wide areas, but did his job relatively solidly.
Showed no ill effects on his return from injury, although he took no trademark long shots and indulged in a couple of reckless challenges. Replaced by Jagielka on 69 minutes.
Kept the midfield ticking over nicely, though not the dominating presence of Fellaini.
Could have had a hat-trick inside 15 minutes. Took his goal well, but provided little threat thereafter.
The perfect bouncing board for his midfield, holding off defenders with ease and passing accurately. He did not seem to be dispossessed once and his vision was delightful at times. The only criticism is that he only forced Stockdale into one save.
The most dangerous individual on the pitch. A couple of loose touches provided a reminder that this is still a rough diamond, but his searing pace, direct runs and neat passes caused problems all night.
Replaced Gibson a moment after Bent had put the hosts ahead - in short, a bit like locking the stable door while watching the horse race off into the distance. Provided his usual leadership and quality as Everton chased the game.
Came on for Heitinga and provided fresh legs in the same position.
Played the last 10 minutes in place of Naismith and almost set up an equaliser for Coleman.