Jordan Pickford – 7
There was very little he could do about the Leicester City goal as the defense in front of him once again let him down. He produced some strong saves after that and his quick spread came in handy for his team at times.
Seamus Coleman – 5
He put up a fantastic challenge to deny Leicester in the opening seconds of the match, but it was his man who found himself free to score minutes later. In the second period, he was unable to sufficiently support the attack as the hosts were still struggling to maintain strong periods of possession.
Yerry Mina – 7
A fairly quiet start on his return to action, but he might have been a little disappointed that he hadn’t been on his toes when Leicester took the lead. However, he did make some very significant challenges to make up for that as the match went on, perhaps completing the 90th minute in crucial fashion.
Ben Godfrey – 6
Like his partner in central defence, he will no doubt be a little disappointed with the space Leicester’s attackers had to give themselves an early lead. However, when he was called up after that, he produced some good challenges and interceptions to put Everton back in front.
Vitalii Mykolenko – 6
Leicester’s move to take the lead came down the left flank and it was all too easy for them, although the left-back was certainly not the only man at fault in that regard. His shot at the top of the pitch was not as strong as it was against Manchester United.
Fabian Delph – 5
Especially in the first half, the midfielder struggled to have the same effect in this game as he did against Manchester United, as the visitors this time around him. There were improvements in the second period, but perhaps not enough.
alan – 5
The Brazilian could have been very effective against Manchester United in this position, but he was unable to recreate it against Leicester. The visitors often overlooked midfield and Allan did not have strong enough possession to justify his place on the pitch beyond the opening minutes of the second half.
Alex Iwobi – 7
He set an example for his team with his work on the ball, rushing into every press while desperately trying to inspire both his teammates and the crowd. Most of Everton’s good creative work flowed back through the Nigeria international, who is in great form despite the team’s poor overall results.
Gray Demarai – 5
He cut a very isolated figure for most of the first half, but had a chance before the break with a fine effort that went just wide. However, that turned out to be his only real contribution to the game and he was replaced midway through the second half.
Anthony Gordon – 5
He set up a good chance for Richarlison with the Blues’ only real attacking play in the first half, but the rest of the game just didn’t go well for the winger. As much as he tried, he couldn’t get it right on him on enough occasions to cause Leicester to be much of a threat.
Richarlison – 7
He really needed to take advantage of the opportunity Gordon presented to him in the first half, it was a bad miss. But how crucial could his late goal in this game be to Everton’s chances of survival this season? It wasn’t his best performance by far, but he got the crucial goal, which gives him some extra points on its own.
Dele There – 6
He was unable to face the match after being introduced from the bench until playing a crucial role in the tie.
Solomon Rondon – 7
Exactly what Everton needed for his time on the pitch. Strong in the air, a real presence up front.