Rarely tested for much of the game before finding himself unfortunate to see the ball loop over him for Dempsey's goal.
Saw a lot of the ball with Mirallas pinning Spurs back but his performance level dropped noticeably upon the Belgian's withdrawal. Despite playing below his best for much of the second half, he provided a vital cross for Pienaar to level it.
Had matched Defoe's runs all day before a bit of bad luck saw him help Dempsey's shot into the net over Howard.
As brilliant as ever on the overlap. Kept Lennon quiet and always popped up in the right place to provide a dangerous ball in.
Marshalled Adebayor well when the striker pushed up. Has been named captain in Phil Neville's absence and leads his team just well as his defence.
Unplayable at times. Showed some brilliant control allied with his well-known physical attributes.
Worked hard to help Everton cement their dominance in the middle of the park and kept things simple.
Made some excellent runs into the box from deep but could not divert the ball goalwards. Played well overall but was replaced by Vellios with the Toffees needing a goal.
Not his best afternoon. Got into the right positions in tandem with Baines but couldn't find the right ball. Made up for an off-colour performance with a 90th-minute header to level the scores.
Worked hard and probably deserved better service. Had one great chance in the first half but could not turn Mirallas' cross home in the box. Got his one golden opportunity in the dying seconds though, and kept his calm to sweep home.
Was Everton's biggest threat for the entirety of the first half with his pace and trickery. Unfortunately for the hosts, had to be withdrawn at half-time due to injury.
Made an excellent interception to stop Jelavic rounding him in the first half. Though Everton dominated the game, he had a mostly comfortable afternoon before two unsavable strikes beat him.
Did well to prevent Everton's numerous half chances becoming more than that. Had to compensate for Gallas' erratic positioning.
Fortunate to get away with some questionable positional work. Constantly seemed to play Everton players onside.
Had an absolute nightmare up against Mirallas but recovered to keep Naismith largely quiet.
Dropped onto Fellaini for much of the game but failed to win the midfield battle against his compatriot.
Lightning quick on the counterattack but struggled to make a telling contribution.
A virtual passenger. Allowed space to open up in front of the back four and did not pass the ball as well as he would have liked.
Worked hard and held the ball surprisingly well for a man of his stature. Starved of proper service as Spurs toiled.
Seemed to have been given a free role which did not suit his qualities. Popped up in all sorts of areas but only threatened when pulling onto the last man.
Handed a start on the left-hand side, a position which he has previously admitted he does not enjoy. Seemed to spend the first 10 minutes avoiding defensive work by way of protest. Did not contribute much in an attacking sense before a rather fortunate goal gave his side the lead.