Conceded for the first time since early March - and had to pick the ball out of the net four times. To be fair, there was little the Spaniard could do about any of the Everton goals, although he did get a hand to Fellaini's strike.
Looked vulnerable to Jelavic's intelligent runs and was slow to react to Everton moves, especially for the third and fourth goals. Late half-volley forced a brilliant save from Howard.
Generally solid but made a couple of costly errors as he was caught under the high ball for Everton's opener and weak against Fellaini for the fourth.
Excellent bombing forward to support Nani but slow to react defensively, with the first two Everton goals coming from crosses from his side. Hit the post with a header from close range in the final 10 minutes.
Great attacking outlet on the right and should have earned his side a penalty in the first-half.
Dictated the tempo for much of the game, especially once United were ahead. Never afraid to make a robust challenge.
Offered width throughout the game but didn't always make the best use of it, even though he had the beating of Distin.
Efficient and effective with his passing, showing he does have a cutting edge with his role in United's third goal. Alert to break up Everton attacks, especially with interceptions.
Selected ahead of Young and looked sharp, taking potshots at the Everton goal before whipping in a lovely cross for Rooney's equaliser.
Took his tally to 26 league goals for the season with a double that makes him United's fourth-highest scorer of all time. Equalised in the 41st minute with a glancing header and slotted home the fourth on 69 minutes. Did little else, but does it matter?
Showed why United value him so highly with superb skill and an even better finish from the edge of the box to put United ahead in the 57th minute before provided alert assists for the hosts' third and fourth goals.
The United old boy could do nothing about the hosts' goals and made a superb stop in the dying seconds to deny Ferdinand.
Stuck to his task against Nani and produced two excellent crosses for his side's first two goals.
Strong and powerful at the heart of the Everton defence until he was completely fooled by Welbeck as the United striker scored his side's second goal.
Would not have been too happy playing at left-back as he looked to respond to his costly mistake against Liverpool last weekend. Never looked comfortable defending against Valencia although his yellow card for fouling the Ecuadorian was harsh.
Took up good defensive positions but appeared to lack sharpness when United played with energy in the final third.
Caused United problems in the first-half as he drifted between the lines but faded after the break.
The South African was always a threat with his skill and trickery before he scored Everton's fourth goal with an intelligent run and classy finish.
Superb volley for Everton's second goal and played an astute pass for Pienaar's strike. The Belgian's strength, size and awareness made him a good outlet and he was comfortable receiving the ball.
The Everton captain lost Rooney in the build-up to United's first goal but produced a captain display as he never gave up. Moved to left-back late on.
Returned to his former club and produced a tidy, composed display. Just the one customary long-range strike which zipped wide from 30 yards.
Had two sights on goal and produced two fine finishes. Wonderful header to put the Toffees ahead in the first-half and drilled home a half-volley for his side's third goal. Very classy customer.