Didn't have a save to make all afternoon as Everton dominated proceedings. Distributed quickly when called upon.
Has slotted into the back four with ease and offered another really composed display. Superb on the ball and looked to get forward as much as possible.
Yet another goal for the Irish right back who is playing more as a right winger of late. Gave Assou-Ekotto a torrid afternoon and linked up well with Naismith.
The youngster was tasked with keeping Charlie Austin quiet and did so with ease. Bombed forward often with pace in an assured display.
Two assists for the Costa Rican as he came back into the side in place of Baines. Pushed forward at will and his delivery was excellent.
A tireless display from the youngster who didn't stop running all game. The midfield engine didn't lose possession all game and tracked back willingly when needed.
His tricky footwork caused problems for Rangers' defense but should have scored in the first half when he scooped over from just outside the six yard box.
Involved in most of Everton's moves and, as always, kept the play ticking over. Offered a platform for Barkley and McCarthy to push forward.
Another all action display from the England international and rounded it off with a goal. Could have had more and QPR simply couldn't cope with him.
Linked up well with Coleman down the right and Assou-Ekotto couldn't cope with the partnership. Some neat flicks set up several attacking moves.
Hadn't scored this season before today but grabbed himself a brace. His hold-up play and distribution was superb and this performance could lead to further opportunities.
Tested early on by Jelavic but did well to prevent the Croatian putting his side ahead. Would be harsh to fault him for conceding, and acrobatically saved from Coleman on the hour.
Offered little support for the pressured Assou-Ekotto and did little going forward. Replaced at halftime.
Second best to Jelavic in the aerial battle all game but would have been after more assistance from his midfield. Did brilliantly to save two efforts off the line in quick succession, however.
The strongest performer of the back four for Rangers. Conceded the penalty for Everton's fourth but looked composed on the ball and tried to play the ball out from defense.
The duo of Naismith and Coleman proved too much for him all afternoon as he struggled to cope with their forward runs. As a result, offered very little going forward.
A fairly solid display from the former Newcastle man. Could have been tighter to Oviedo for the opener but gave as good as he got in the battle down that flank.
His pace did cause the occasional problem down the left, and one break saw his cross flash across the face of goal when someone should have gambled.
His mistake led to Everton's second when his underhit pass fell to Jelavic. Involved in little thereafter and was replaced on the hour mark.
Showed moments of quality against his boyhood club but was often overrun by a tireless Toffees midfield.
Given little in the way of service all afternoon as QPR kept men behind the ball. Looked frustrated throughout and struggled to hold the play up.
Replaced Traore at the interval to inject a touch of flair into the visitors' play. Didn't see enough of the ball to make an impact.
Brought on with 10 minutes to play and made little impact.
The game was already lost by the time he entered the fray and had more defending than attacking to do.