A quiet night on the whole for the American stopper, who could do nothing about Theo Walcott's opening strike, which deflected off Tony Hibbert en route to goal.
A superb display from the marauding full-back who provided a constant outlet for his side and linked up with Steven Pienaar to devastating effect at times.
A dominant performance from the Frenchman, who almost scored with a second-half header which was beaten out superbly by visiting keeper Wojciech Szczesny.
The Toffees legend put in a terrific display down the right-hand side to help his defence but was caught napping as Aaron Ramsey slipped in Walcott to finish in the first minute.
A composed display from the England centre-half, whose distribution was consistent and won the aerial battle with Olivier Giroud all night to preserve a point for his side.
A steady performance from the reliable midfielder who passed the ball around efficiently and stuck to his guns well against the talented trio of Mikel Arteta, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla.
The Belgian was undefendable at times as he attempted to bully his way through Arsenal's reshuffled backline and took his goal superbly beyond the outstretched dive of Szczesny.
A superb display from the local man who showed the heart and desire in the engine room to stifle the visitors when their passing game took control of the game.
An influential performance and it was his industriousness that caught the eye as well as his superb understanding with Leighton Baines down the left.
Provided a handful for the Gunners' defence but was sloppy with the ball from time to time and put pressure on his own defence by being flagged offside on numerous occasions.
An ineffectual performance from the Scot who was wasteful in possession and did not offer much going forward.
A fairly quiet night for the Pole aside from picking the ball out of his net from Fellaini's strike, with a lot of desperate defending from those in front of him. Did make a superb point-blank stop from Distin's header, though.
Badly at fault for the Everton equaliser as his misdirected clearance landed at the feet of Fellaini who duly punished him with a curling strike from distance.
Dealt well with aerial threats of Fellaini and Jelavic on the whole but was often sloppy in his decision making and looked uncomfortable alongside Thomas Vermaelen.
Generally tidy both in possession and dealing with Everton's forward line but was turned too easily by Jelavic, who wasted a glorious opportunity to hand the home side the lead once more towards the end of the first half.
Showed fantastic composure in finding Walcott for the opener, as he slipped the ball through for the onrushing winger but had an inconsistent display all round.
Typically neat in possession and performed his off-the-ball duties well but was caught napping by Pienaar in the first-half when he teed up Fellaini to finish.
Showed a drive and determination that was missing on Saturday against Villa and was always willing to receive possession to relieve any pressure on his defence.
Energetic and always open for a pass, the diminutive Spaniard did not have one of his liveliest games, but helped his side offensively when others were lacking.
A fantastic finish to get the ball rolling for the Gunners after just 52 seconds as he curled a sumptuous effort beyond Howard and stun the Goodison faithful. Quiet thereafter.
Fought hard as a lone figure up top but very little service in and around him meant the ball wasn't able to stick to him.