This how Albion players rated as individuals as part of the team effort at Everton.

Robert Sanchez 8/10

A stunning save high to his left to deny Allan at 2-1 and just the presence Albion needed as balls came into the area.

Joel Veltman 7/10

Given the right-sided job and, while not as obvious an attacking flyer as Lamptey, played a big part in the tone-setting first goal. Had his hands full defensively down that flank.

Adam Webster 7/10

Returned at the back and stood strong as Everton rained balls in during their better periods of the game.

Dan Burn 8/10

What a part he played in the big week. The recipient of a well-worked corner routine to double the lead and won the ball back for the winner. Given a good aerial battle by Calvert-Lewin and came through it successfully.

Marc Cucurella 7/10

A typically pacey and tidy offering down the left. Everton had some joy out wide but he played his part in the win.

Yves Bissouma 7/10

Trademark burst into the area brought the corner for the second goal and he was an effective link throughout the afternoon.

Adam Lallana 7/10

Unfortunate on the first Everton goal but was a steadying influence and kept things moving before making way as part of a tactical switch. Good to see him test Pickford with a well-controlled shot.

Alexis Mac Allister 9/10

A truly sensational finish for the winner but his early opener should not be overlooked as he combined good technique with concentration on the dropping ball as Pickford advanced. Did more than that, though, popping up in pockets behind the frontman and whipping over the corner for Burn's goal. And yet it still feels like there is more to come in terms of his use of possession at times.

Enock Mwepu 7/10

Does so many bits and pieces. Vital touches in the goals to make room for others and got around the park doing what was needed.

Leandro Trossard 6/10

Offered a boost when declared fit but this was a relatively quiet game for him, athough he played a part in the winning goal.

Neal Maupay 7/10

Gave Everton a few things to think about as the lone striker. A lay-off put Mac Allister in for the opener and he recovered to play a part in the third after being thwarted himself.


Subs – Tariq Lamptey 7/10

Worked hard to close down Gray and restrict the quality of his delivery from wide.

Shane Duffy 6/10

A timely introduction to add steel back on his old home ground.

Jakub Moder n/a

Good graft to help see the job through as Albion were pinned back.