Jordan Pickford 9
An hour's hero with important stops. In the first half, he turned Marcos Alonso over the effort in the bar, while immediately after restart he had to come down to his right to keep Alvaro Morata.
Seamus Coleman 7
Responding to Eden Hazard from the beginning, but why he could usually keep up with Chelsea's in-form star in the first half, the gaps started worryingly more regularly after a break.
Lucas Digne 7
The threat throughout his banknote delivery, he was also considered as a busy defender, where he made several key cuts and blocks.
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Michael Keane 7
Breaking from the nervous start that saw him kick a couple of seemingly straightforward overtakes towards Seamus Colemania in touch. He was delighted in the air as he had been in every season and participated in his determined setbacks.
Yerry Mina 7
Against the backlinks debate and even though there were several testing moments – especially his reservations on Hazard and the tendency of the Belgian, who almost passed his own owner – he usually went through intact intact.
Idrissa Gueye 8
Many consider the Senegalese international affairs mainly with the Golo Kantea Premiership and come up against the real thing, he showed that although he might not be in the same class, he certainly is not a second-class imitation. Fought and harry the whole to produce impressive screening work.
Andre Gomes 6
Since he has brought his career to the Everton midfield, the ship's Barcelona man has become a fast-paced Blues fan, but he found jobs to work in this situation, few and far apart and travel support would have wanted to see him use his remarkable frame more impact from time to time.
Gylfi Sigurdsson 7
Some trials and hard run kept Chelsea on their toes – especially in the first half – and his threat was just dull when Jorginho's crude challenge got the Chelsea man booked. They were immersed in the last 15 minutes when Marco Silva tried to plunder the tide of Phil Jagielka by bringing it to the third center.
Theo Walcott 6
As Brighton became brighter last week, the Evertonians waited more for the transition from Arsenal's old son home after a silent show at Old Trafford.
Walcott did a lot of work, but again Coleman came to a troublesome opponent like Hazard, and one great opportunity that came to him – resorted to Sigurdsson's launching cross-field passage.
A strange old game for him. Nearly scored his first Everton goal in the fresh side volley early, began to implicate the contradictions of Antonio Rudiger in the first half of the stoppage time that he saw both men booked and then appeared on their way to their feet to fight the golden opportunity as he finds himself an acre of space in the Chelsea area.
He was blown up to make sure he was fit to play on the field that he had been in his debut season at Premier League in Watford when he left some open goals.
There were no such clear opportunities at this event, but he fought hard with minimal service and survived well, which has become normal with physical intimidation.
Ademola Lookman (64 Bernardille) 7
Looked like the right livewire coming to the left side of the match in the fourth quarter and almost made a breakthrough in the cluster.
Phil Jagielka (75 for Sigurdsson) 7
He made his way to the third midfield for the last 15 minutes at Everton, and played for the first time since the start of the Wolves season.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (88 for Richarlison) 6
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