Jordan Pickford 9
The hero of the time with a series of important stops. In the first time, Marcos Alonso's shot was over the bar and, just after the reboot, he had to go down to his right to leave Alvaro Morata.
Seamus Coleman 7
Against Eden Hazard, for the first time, he was able to keep the top of Chelsea in the form of a star in the first half, and the vacancies became more regular after the break.
Lucas Digne 7
A threat throughout his seven-piece deliveries, he also kept himself busy in defense where he made several interceptions and blocks.
Read how the game unfolded in Stamford Bridge here
Michael Keane 7
Set after a nervous start that saw him cut off a couple of seemingly simple passes aimed at Seamus Coleman in touch. He was imperious in the air as if he were all season and played his role in a certain rear action.
Yerry Mina 7
In front of a tumultuous first test in the Premier League and although there were several times of tests, especially its reserve to capture the Danger and a deviation of a firing of the Belgian that almost surpassed to its own guardroom.
Idrissa Gueye 8
Many believe that the Senegalese international is closest to N ° Golo Kante in the Premier League and is against the real one, and has shown that although it was not in the same class, it certainly has no imitation of a second. He fought and ravished everything to produce an impressive screening job.
Andre Gomes 6
After bringing a touch of class for Everton midfielder, the man from Barcelona on loan became an instant success with Blues supporters but found the spaces to work on this occasion, few and distant and that the traveler support would have liked to see he uses the Its substantial frame for more effect at times.
Gylfi Sigurdsson 7
Some testing passes and hard kept Chelsea in his toes, especially in the first half, and his threat could only be confused by a gross Jorginho challenge that he saw the man Chelsea booked. He was killed during the last 15 minutes when Marco Silva tried to bring down the tide with the introduction of Phil Jagielka as a third center of return.
Theo Walcott 6
Being shining brighter against Brighton last week, the Evertones were waiting for a change from the old Arsenal away from home after their silent demonstration at Old Trafford.
Walcott worked hard, but again he and Coleman faced a tricky opponent on his side in the form of Hazard and the great opportunity that came his way – courtesy of a cross country pass from Sigurdsson – was rejected by a poor first touch.
Strange game for him Almost scored his first ever Everton goal with a twelve midweek flying, he was involved in an altercation of Antonio Rudiger in the first stopping time he saw the two men booked and then seemed to travel at his own feet to crush a golden opportunity as he found himself in acres of space in the Chelsea area.
He played hard to make sure he was ready to play in a field that had been the place of one of the lowest points of his Watford Premier League debut season when he lost a couple of open goals.
There were no such clear opportunities on this occasion, but he fought with a minimal service and he faced well, as he became the norm, against physical intimidation.
Ademola Lookman (in 64 for Bernard) 7
It seemed that a real livewire arrived on the left flank in the last quarter of the game and almost made an advance with a mazy dribbler.
Phil Jagielka (75 for Sigurdsson) 7
Introduced as a third center back for the last 15 minutes with Everton under the cosh and playing for the first time since the opening of the season in Wolves, he kept the ship.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (or 88 for Richarlison) 6
They unleashed the channels later.