Made up for his early blunder with some top draw reflex stops. Another clean sheet for the American.
As keen as ever to get forward and did well to handle the threat posed by Hazard. His cross produced the goal.
A quiet game by his standards. Partly due to most of Everton's play going down the right. Grew into the game in the second half and was unlucky not to add a second when his free kick rattled the crossbar.
Defies his advancing years with his raw power and pace. Used his speed to expertly to halt and Chelsea attacks.
Solid as ever. The England international made some heroic last ditch challenges in what was very much a captain's performance.
Some fancy footwork set up some free flowing attacks and wasn't afraid to get stuck in when required. Linked up well with Barry.
Signed by Martinez to speed up Everton's build up play and did exactly that. Looked assured in possession and has every right to be very pleased with his debut performance. Made a superb goal-line block to deny Eto'o.
A genuine key player for Everton this season. The majority of the home sides attacks were inspired by the 19-year-old. Always looking for the incisive pass.
Did very well to keep the ball in play to assist Naismith's goal. Struggled to hold the ball up at times and often looked isolated up top. Replaced with 20 minutes to play.
Looked dangerous on the counter. Drifted in and out of the game and pushed further up front in the latter stages. Excited the crowd with willing running as the game reached a climax.
Starting to look like the player David Moyes signed from Rangers. Wanted the ball in difficult situations and capped off a promising display with a goal.
Helpless to prevent the goal and had little else to do all match.
Got forward as often as he could and dealt with Mirallas well. Showed good strength and composure when in possession.
Replaced mid way through the second half for Torres as Mourinho pressed for the equaliser. Given a difficult evening by Coleman.
Rarely put a foot wrong and organised his defence well. Dependable as ever and unlucky to be on the losing side.
The Brazilian defender spent the majority of the evening playing as a deep-lying midfielder. Involved in a controversial decision deep into the second half and was perhaps lucky to remain on the field.
Kept relatively quiet by Coleman all evening and will be disappointed not to have been more involved with play.
J. Obi Mikel
The game often seemed to pass him by. Struggled with the advancing runs of Barkley.
Seemed to relish the midfield battle and looked dangerous on the counter. Forced some good saves from Howard.
Could have scored on several occasions and on another day perhaps would have done. Looked lively throughout.
A very quiet debut for the Cameroon international. Missed Chelsea's best effort of the game in the first half and struggled thereafter.
Began the game with some promise and was key in everything that Chelsea did. Strangely replaced on the hour mark and seems out of favour with Mourinho.
Entered the field early in the second half and was a passenger for the entirety.
Replaced Schurrle early in the second half. Often involved in Chelsea's play but rarely troubled a solid defence.
Looked eager to silence his boo boys but was another player to drift in and out of the game for the visitors. Will want to do more to pressure Eto'o.