Had little to do in the first half but deflected Naismith's shot into his own goal in the early stages of the second half. Recovered to make a brilliant save from Lukaku but was beaten twice more before the final whistle.
Got forward whenever possible to support the attack but his lung-busting overlaps were often ignored by his team-mates.
Headed just wide early on but rallied his team and proved to be an inspiration, as he often started attacks by heading into the opposition half. Was nowhere to be seen when Mirallas scored, however.
Tasked with marking Romelu Lukaku and did so admirably, as he repeatedly won their aerial battles.
Looked to press forward down the left flank whenever the opportunity presented itself and limited the threat of Deulofeu, with the winger often forced inside.
Looked to clip the ball into the box whenever possible but was marked out of the game by Baines.
Fired just over in the opening stages and later forced a superb save from Howard. Continuously pressured the opposition defence in a typically energetic display and was unlucky to be on the losing side.
Such was his commitment to the cause, he tackled Hangeland in his own box as he stretched to make an interception but his forays forward rarely led to anything decisive.
Wasted a good chance early on, as he fired straight at Howard from close-range, but performed his defensive duties diligently and often drifted inside to free up space for his team-mates. Substituted for Dejagah as Fulham chased the game.
Kept it simple in midfield, as he retained possession well with his short passes. Replaced in the second half, with Woodrow his replacement.
A handful for the Everton defenders as he used his strength to his advantage. Held the ball up excellently, too, whenever Fulham decided to go long, though he spurned a glorious opportunity just before half-time. Replaced by Roberts as the clock ticked down.
Made a number of very good saves and had no chance with Fulham's goal.
Saw a lot of the ball as Fulham attacked down the left but coped well, though he was booked for a pull on Richardson.
Pressed forward often in search of the ball and looked to feed Osman whenever possible. Took the corner which led to Stockdale's own goal and performed well defensively, as per usual.
Playing with a bandaged head, he often put his body on the line for the cause and made a number of key interceptions.
Lucky to escape an early penalty shout as he clearly handled in his own box but recovered and dealt well with the threat of Dembele.
Tasked with providing a shield in front of his defence, he often dropped to the edge of his own box in search of the ball and started a number of attacks. With the England manager in attendance, he did nothing to harm his chances of a World Cup call-up.
Grew frustrated as Fulham's high pressing game limited his influence in midfield. Wrong-footed by Dejagah in the build-up to Fulham's equaliser.
An understated display in midfield, as he often saw his surging runs cut out by the Fulham defence. Nevertheless, he kept the ball well and maintained his side's tempo. Replaced by McGeady in the second half.
Saw his threat limited as Fulham often doubled up on him in midfield and was withdrawn at half-time, with his only notable moment a weak shot from the edge of the box. Naismith his replacement.
Occupied Heitinga and Hangeland but was not given enough to work with in order to have a real impact on proceedings.
Repeatedly lost possession on the right flank, as he tricked himself - instead of the Fulham defenders - too often. He needs to learn that there are 10 other players on his team. Withdrawn in the second half.
Sent on for Richardson as Fulham pressed for an equaliser and provided it himself, as his stunning strike from the edge of the box made it 1-1, though it counted for nothing come the final whistle.
Replaced Kvist in the second half but could not impact proceedings.
Sent on for Dembele but had no discernible impact on the match.
Replaced Osman with 15 minutes remaining and laid on the assist for Mirallas' goal.
Replaced Barkley at half-time and had an immediate impact, as he struck the shot which Stockdale diverted into his own goal before rounding off the win for his side late on.
Sent on for Deulofeu and scored his side's second, as he raced away from the defence and coolly slotted past Stockdale. To add to his stunning cameo, he was also involved in Naismith's third, as he unlocked the home defence with some sublime trickery.