Could do little with De Guzman's well-placed header and never looked troubled with either shots or crosses into the box. Struggled with distribution, especially early in the second half.
Looked to get forward at every opportunity, though his touch let him down far too many times when in dangerous positions. Solid defensively.
Provided an assist for the opening goal as he showed good footwork for a defender in the six-yard box. Looked rushed on occasions and possibly should have done more to deal with Taylor's cross for De Guzman's equaliser.
Solid enough at the back as he again put in a captain's display at centre-half. Sometimes troubled by the pace of Vazquez on the break.
Got the better of Richards on more than one occasion as he looked to get forward and supply Traore and others in the middle. Drew a number of fouls in dangerous positions before converting a second-half penalty.
Couldn't keep possession as he would have liked in midfield, though helped shield the back four effectively. Provided some decent link-up play in attacking situations.
One of his least impressive displays since his summer move as he consistently passed backwards when well-placed. Seemed to allow runners from midfield past him far too easily.
Not always at his creative best, though did hit the crossbar with a cheeky effort in the first period. Wasted a glorious headed opportunity soon before Naismith gave the hosts the lead.
The only Everton player who looked to take players on in the middle of the pitch, he fired wide twice in the first half before testing Tremmel with a low effort soon after the break. Surprisingly replaced with the scores level.
Instinctive finish saw him net four minutes into his debut, but he struggled with the physical nature of the game thereafter. Looked eager but lacked quality. Substituted as he began to tire.
Showed flashes of his trickery with the odd jinking run but was kept relatively quiet. Whipped in the free kick that helped create Traore's opener before another set-piece was pushed away by Tremmel.
Could do little with any of the goals and saved well when called upon, especially when palming away Mirallas' vicious free kick.
Error in judgement led to the opening goal as he opted to control on his chest rather than clear first time. Seemed off the pace from the outset before injury saw him replaced in the first half.
Took a while to get up to speed with the game but looked assured thereafter. Won the physical battle with Traore on more than one occasion.
Superb cross from the left set-up De Guzman's goal, but his horrendous pass back undid all his good work as Naismith nipped in to give the hosts the lead.
Unable to stop Traore's effort on the line before silly trip on Naismith allowed Baines to seal the victory for the hosts. Did make the odd decent challenge but only after he found himself out of position.
J. de Guzmán
Perfectly timed run and header saw the visitors equalise but he was quiet either side of his goal. Struggled to get his foot on the ball and control the game from midfield.
Busy in midfield but failed to play any balls of quality other than for Vazquez in the opening seconds. At times took possession off the toes of team-mates.
Never really got into the game as his pace failed to cause Baines many issues on the Swansea right. Replaced at the break by Dyer.
Allowed Barkley to run past him on too many occasions and conceded too many fouls in dangerous areas. Passing wasn't at its best either.
Should have done better with early strike after Vazquez rounded Joel, but never looked like beating his man on the left-hand side. Replaced in the second period.
Pace caused some problems but his composure in front of goal was severely lacking. Faded badly in the second half as Everton dominated.