The England goalkeeper did not have much to do today but whatever he did, he achieved it with minimal effort. Could do nothing to stop Coleman's equaliser in the first half.
Replaced Welsh international Gabbidon in the starting line-up but unfortunately injury forced the left-back off in the first half after a good opening to the game.
Lead the Hammers backline to great effect and was always on hand to recover any loose balls that found their way past his team-mates.
Moved from left-back to centre back for this game and formed a strong partnership with Upson, despite conceding in the first half/
The Croatian produced the overhead kick to set up the opening goal, but apart from that was quiet in the Hammers midfield and faded in the second half.
Started the game slowly, often being caught in possession, but improved as the game went on and managed to stop the threat of Pienaar.
Was again at the heart of the West Ham midfield and was always looked to create something going forward. Almost got lucky in the first half when his chipped shot beat Tim Howard but flew just over the top of the bar.
Replaced Stanislas in the starting XI, and slotted in on the left hand side of midfield.
Caused various problems for the Everton backline, working well with Obinna to open them up. Was also not afraid to work back to help the defence and stop any Everton attacks. Substituted in the second half.
The youngster was lively down the right as he tries to cement a regular place in the Hammers side. Used his pace and skill to great effect in the first half but at times his final ball let him down.
The American 'keeper had a few hairy moments in the first half, in particular when a back pass almost fell short. Despite this, he was as reliable as ever and was helpless on Hibbert's own goal.
The Frenchman was a rock at the back for Everton once again today. Stayed strong in the tackles and managed to hold off the threat of Piquionne on numerous occasions.
The stand in centre back started the game slowly and was immediately forced into an early mistake by running the ball out of play. However it got worse when he deflected a Kovac overhead kick past Howard to give West Ham the lead. However picked up his performance in the second half.
Was tested early on with the pace and skill of West Ham youngster Sears, but as the game progressed, the left-back looked dangerous going forward although his crosses were not met by the Everton attackers.
Has made the right side of midfield his own, after his loan spell at Blackpool and managed to get on the scoresheet, side-footing the ball past Hammers 'keeper Green in the first half to level the scores
The Belgium international was sluggish in possession throughout the first half, with many of his passes finding only West Ham colours. However in the second half, he provided some stability in midfield as Everton looked for the winning goal.
The midfielder had a great chance in the first half to open the scoring for Everton, but he managed to slide the ball wide of Robert Green's right hand post. Substituted in second half.
The Everton captain is the Toffees own Mr Reliable, and looked threatening in the second half as the away side pushed for victory.
The South African used his pace and skill throughout to break down the Hammers defence. However was often caught offside or lost possession. Substituted in second half.
Turned into a make-shift striker once again for Everton, but was often left isolated. Despite this, the Australian produced the cross to set up Coleman to equalise
- 31 R. Boffin
Replaced the injured Ilunga in the first half and was at fault for the Everton goal as he left Coleman unmarked to equalise for Everton.
- 2 W. Reid
- 25 J. Stanislas
Came on for the final five minutes, replacing Obinna, but lacked any real threat.
- 12 P. Barrera
Came on for Piquionne in the second half and almost scored the winner, only for his shot slide just wide of Howard's right hand post.