Could do little about either goal, especially having made a point-blank save from Mata before Lampard grabbed his second.
Kept Fernando Torres shackled for most of the match, using his strength and pace intelligently.
Defended solidly and provided several of his trademark dangerous crosses, linking brilliantly with Pienaar.
Handed an unfamiliar right-back berth but looked a natural in that position. Kept Eden Hazard quiet and provided some dangerous crosses.
Has been linked with a move away from Everton this week, but did not look distracted as he defended well.
Ran at the Chelsea defence with gusto and used the ball wisely as Everton dominated.
An understated performance. Provided the foundation from which Leon Osman could attack.
Brilliantly created the initial chance which Victor Anichebe headed onto the post before following in to score the opener. Popped up everywhere to cause Chelsea problems.
Didn't give Chelsea's central defenders a moments peace, working hard and linking play brilliantly. Hit the post in the first half with a fine free kick.
Did not shine as much as his attacking colleagues but worked hard as is to be expected.
Showed the brute strength and occasional rashness in possession which characterise his game. A threat throughout.
Made a crucial save to deny Osman with Everton already 1-0 up in the first half. Substituted at half-time with an ankle injury.
Had a poor start in which his flank appeared exposed but recovered to keep Naismith on a leash.
Harried by both Jelavic and Anichebe but kept his head and battled well alongside Cahill.
Some of his work with the ball betrayed the unusual nature of his midfield berth. Occasionally left Chelsea exposed by going in for challenges he did not need to make.
Like most right-backs in the league, struggled to keep Baines and Pienaar quiet. Did as well as could be expected and got forward at the right times.
Remained calm to help Chelsea weather the early storm and did well to keep Anichebe and Jelavic quiet.
Let his team down with some poor touches as they failed to compete early on but improved in the second period. Worked harder to track Baines as the game progressed.
Did not contribute a goal for his team but was without a doubt their brightest attacking threat. The classiest player on the field in a game which contained plenty of physicality.
His lack of work rate early on contributed to Chelsea falling behind. Got better as the game went on but did not provide an awful lot of threat.
Rarely wasted a pass and showed his poacher's instinct to notch two goals. A masterful midfield showing.
Will not have enjoyed his return to Merseyside. Bullied by the Everton defence and looked out of sorts.
A late substitute for Pienaar. Added a different threat as a natural left winger.
Saw his long-distance strike fly over late on but provided little more than Hitzlsperger as the German's replacement.
Provided a third focal point for Everton to hit, but saw too little of the ball.