Could have reacted quicker in the incident which brought about Palace's penalty before uncharacteristically misjudging a Kelly cross to allow Campbell to head in.
Continues to look off the pace despite being back in his favored position on the right of the two central defenders. Sent a late effort narrowly wide of the post.
Not at his usual level on the left-hand side as Kelly had a relatively comfortable afternoon. Set piece delivery was particularly poor, though he finished well from the penalty spot.
Lack of communication between England international and Distin led to Jedinak's equalizer from the penalty spot. Struggled more and more with Bolasie's pace as the game wore on.
Not blameless for the incident which led to the penalty as he allowed McCarthur to get in front of him and draw a foul from Howard. Otherwise relatively solid on his return to the starting XI.
Began the move which led to Lukaku's opener but otherwise struggled to have much of an impact at the heart of the midfield. Poked over from close range in the second half.
The best player in blue on the day as he won a number of challenges as well as playing some incisive passes. Never stopped running as he won a late penalty for his side.
Superb reverse pass freed Lukaku for the opener but after a bright opening 15 minutes faded badly. Misplaced far too many passes and struggled to link with the forwards before losing the ball in the build-up to Bolasie's goal.
Hit the side netting from a tight angle early on but struggled to make an impact on the game in his first Everton start. Pace occasionally caused problems but lacked any end product.
Latched onto Osman's pass to open the scoring with a cool finish but struggled to get involved thereafter. Lacked any real understanding with Eto'o.
Utilized in a role on the left-hand side of a front three but struggled to get involved. Dragged his only decent opportunity well wide of the post.
Had no chance with either goal and was rarely tested otherwise. Saved twice from Osman and dealt with plenty of balls into the box.
Got forward with regularity on his return to Merseyside, with his second-half deep cross providing the assist for Campbell's goal.
Outpaced by Lukaku as the Belgium international opened the scoring but was strong up against the former Chelsea forward thereafter.
Made a key block from Lukaku with the score 2-1 though he knew little about it. Undone by Osman's pass in build up to the opener before bringing down McCarthy for the late penalty.
Was rarely pressured at left back as Stones struggled to get forward while Atsu failed to get involved. A solid if unspectacular showing.
Helped launch a number of Palace attacks with some accurate, if not totally incisive, passes from midfield.
Began slowly but was soon able to trouble Stones with his quick feet on the left. Deflected effort struck the crossbar in the first half before his cool finish settled the matter after the break.
Showed excellent awareness to steal in and win a penalty from Howard and was a constant nuisance throughout proceedings.
Did little of any note other than rob Osman to create Bolasie's goal, with Baines able to have a relatively comfortable day defensively.
Equalized from the penalty spot and grew in influence as the game wore on. Shielded his defense expertly in a fine captain's performance.
Couldn't believe his luck as Kelly's cross landed on his head following Howard's misjudgement. Had few other opportunities in a somewhat lonely day up front.