Made one smart stop in particular from Giroud. Was not too busy otherwise.
As usual, provided expert delivery from deep positions and was also on hand to make important tackles defensively.
Marshalled the line well for the hosts but slacked off late on for the Giroud goal.
Overcame a slow start to score the opening goal. His usual attacking forays were curtailed however as he recovers from injury.
Aside from one slip inside his box early on, the Frenchman was solid and used the ball well.
Controlled things in the central area and played the assist for Coleman. Represents all that Wenger is missing in midfield.
Provided the balance to the Everton midfield and attack with smart passes and incisive interceptions.
Replaced early on due to injury.
A constant threat to Arsenal due to his pace and trickery. Drew plenty of fouls and was bright and eager throughout. Missed one great chance and almost scored a free-kick.
Scored from what appeared to be an offside position but took the chance well.
Bullied Arsenal with his physicality in the run-up to the second goal and enjoyed success again on the right flank.
Perhaps should have saved the first goal and was comfortably beaten on the second.
As the senior partner in the defensive line, he should have done a lot better in dealing with the cross for the first goal. Poor touches elsewhere.
Provided good width for Arsenal when he got forward but that was not frequent enough to disrupt Baines and Everton.
Played them all onside for the first goal, was skipped by for the second and was also booked for good measure. Tough evening.
Suffered a tough evening against Lukaku and was often left one on one due to the lax play of Ozil. Kept the ball alive and delivered a great cross for the equaliser though.
He lost Coleman for the opener and did not provide any cover defensively. Not much influence at the other end either.
Arsenal's best player, yet again, on the day with neat approach play and popped up with the goal to put them back in the game.
Continues his stagnation. A poor display littered with petty fouls and not much in the way of positive contributions.
At times, the Frenchman had to be a one-man midfield such was the lack of effort around him. Booked.
An inept display from the Chilean, named as striker in the absence of Giroud. He lost the ball all too easily.
Arsenal's brightest spark before half-time with a number of shots as well as decent passes from deep.