A quiet afternoon for the American shot stopper. Was called into action only to pull a Hunt penalty, which he could do nothing about, out of the back of the net.
The Irishman was as busy as ever down the right hand side proving a constant threat to the Wolves defense. There is an air of rawness about the midfielder and he showed that here, not always making the right choices, but he shows undoubted potential.
A fairly quiet day for the Dutchman who didn't appear to be the focus of the Wolves attackers' attentions. Made two brilliant interceptions however first from Doyle, then Hunt, when both could have been through on goal.
The left back has a great willingness to get forward and was in full attacking flow here. His link on the left with Royston Drenthe appears to improve with each week and this was on display again as they exchanged incisive passes with regularity. Provided the perfect free kick assist for Jagielka.
As dependable as ever in defense but summed up Everton's weakness in the first half by failing to provide the killer cross on several occasions.
Imperious in defense and equally deadly at the other end, an impressive performance from the England center back. Did let himself down in showing a tendency to hoof at times.
Did well with Baines on the left but was part of Everton's problem in finding the final pass. Has all the tricks and pace but can lack an end product at times.
The midfielder is criminally underrated in some quarters and showed just why here today. Showed off several clever first time through balls and made a vital tackle back in his own box to prevent a Wolves chance.
Economic in possession and solid in the tackle but was foolish to trip Edwards needlessly in the box to surrender the penalty.
The Frenchman, as he so often is, was directed to be Everton's lone striker today. Saha brings so much more to the role than others might however with his speed of thought and clever touches bringing others into play. Unfortunate not to get the one clear chance at goal his performance deserved.
Showed some great linkup with Louis Saha throughout but showed his lack of goalscoring form this season in missing a great chance in the second half. Replaced by Vellios in the 72nd minute.
Could do nothing about Jagielka's header and showed great reflexes to deny Tim Cahill from just three yards out.
Wrestled with Cahill several times in the first half but was troubled little by the hosts' final ball all day.
Had shown strength in defense and an eagerness to get forward before an apparent shoulder injury forced him off.
Forced to move to right back by Stearman's injury after showing great solidity against Coleman's running. A needless push on Saha saw him concede the penalty which put the Blues ahead and somewhat tarnished his performance.
Made several clever interceptions and a brave block from Saha's shot to keep Wolves in it. Part of a defensive performance which made the Toffees appear so toothless.
The midfielder has shown form in a free role behind the front man but could not reproduce his previous performances here. Failed to get his foot on the ball and really shine.
Took up intelligent defensive positions on several occasions to clear danger in the Wolves half. Replaced by Jarvis on 80 minutes.
Busy up and down the left wing all day keeping Everton's Tony Hibbert constantly busy. Dispatched the penalty brilliantly.
Tidy on the ball throughout but lucky not to concede a penalty in the first half after tugging Cahill's shirt in the box.
Other than winning the penalty, was entirely anonymous at times. Contributed little either offensively or defensively when Wolves needed their men to stand up and be counted. Replaced by Fletcher on 85 minutes.
Worked hard as a lone outlet but never really had adequate support to help him excel. Showed some great touches to play others in.
- 31 D. de Vries
- 6 J. Craddock
Replaced Stearman after his injury and did little more than be beaten by Seamus Coleman.
- 34 A. Guédioura
Came on in the 80th minute but did little to influence matters.
Showed the intelligence of his link up play in a brief cameo and made a case for his introduction perhaps coming earlier.
- 9 S. Ebanks-Blake