Wilfried Zaha 5; James Rodriguez 7, Richarlison, 7: Crystal Palace v Everton player ratings

Wilfried Zaha 5; James Rodriguez 7, Richarlison, 7: Crystal Palace v Everton player ratings
Wilfried Zaha 5; James Rodriguez 7, Richarlison, 7: Crystal Palace v Everton player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - CRYSTAL PALACE RATINGS: Vicente Guaita, 6 - Had little time to react to Calvert-Lewin’s goal but the Spaniard did get two hands to the ball and may be disappointed he failed to keep it out. PA

Joel Ward, 6 - Can count himself incredibly unfortunate to have been adjudged to have deliberately handled in the penalty area in the build-up to the Everton winner. AP

Cheikhou Kouyate, 7 - The makeshift centre back climbed brilliantly to guide home a corner past Pickford for 1-1, and alongside Sakho he confidently marshalled the threat of Calvert-Lewin. Reuters

Mamadou Sakho, 6 - Took on the majority of the physical burden of dealing with Calvert-Lewin, and the Frenchman handled the Everton forward well for the most part. Reuters

Tyrick Mitchell, 6 - Caught ball-watching in the build-up to the opener when Seamus Coleman got in-behind the youngster. Getty

James McCarthy, 6 - Quietly went about his business, keeping play ticking over without clamouring for the limelight. AFP

James McArthur, 6 - Booked for tripping James Rodriguez as the Everton midfielder drove towards the penalty box, in what was a typically combative display from the Scot. EPA

Andros Townsend, 6 - The Englishman’s excellent corner was an open invitation for Kouyate to head home and make the score 1-1, and the wide man always looked a danger with his delivery from set pieces. PA

Eberechi Eze, 6 - Clearly a talent and has the pace and technique to cause problems, but some poor decision-making meant the summer signing from QPR was unable to force any meaningful openings. EPA

Jordan Ayew, 6 - Held the ball up well and worked tirelessly and provided a glorious second-half cross into the penalty area that was just begging to be put away. Unfortunately for the Ghanaian nobody was there to gobble up the chance. AFP

Wilfried Zaha, 5 - Picked up a yellow card for a coming together with Yerry Mina and couldn’t ever get himself into the thick of the game and make anything happen. Getty

SUBSTUITUTES: Michy Batshuayi (Eze, 74’), N/A – Feeding off scraps in the final 16 minutes. AFP

Christian Benteke (Ayew, 82’), N/A – The big late chance never materialised for the big Belgian. Reuters

Jairo Riedewald (McArthur, 88’), N/A – Introduced too late to make an impact. AFP

EVERTON RATINGS: Jordan Pickford, 6 - Didn’t have enough time to deal with Kouyate’s header for 1-1, but wasn’t seriously tested apart from that. EPA

Seamus Coleman, 6 - Did brilliantly to get on the wrong side of Tyrick Mitchell to get in behind and lay the ball on a plate for Calvert-Lewin to stroke home the opener. Getty

Yerry Mina, 7 - Dealt really well with Palace danger man Wilfried Zaha with his brute strength and in-game intelligence. EPA

Michael Keane, 6 - Could perhaps have done better when beaten to the ball by Kouyate for Palace’s leveller, but a decent display nevertheless. AP

Lucas Digne, 6 - Spent plenty of time in the opposition half looking to make things happen, and his touch led Joe Ward’s contentious handball for Everton’s first-half penalty. EPA

Allan, 7 - An excellent signing from Napoli and the Brazilian was always available for a pass when a teammate looked in trouble. EPA

Abdoulaye Doucoure, 6 - Guilty of some sloppy moments in possession but never punished for them by a Palace attack that failed to create a huge deal. Getty

Andre Gomes, 7 - Confidently stroked the ball around midfield in what was a classy performance from the Portuguese. Getty

Richarlison, 7 - An excellently dispatched penalty put his side 2-1 ahead and the Brazilian was his typically busy self. Picked up a booking for chopping down Andros Townsend in the second half. Getty

James Rodriguez, 7 - The Colombian played a sublime ball through the lines to release Coleman on the way to the opening goal of the game and was a constant menace in the final third. AP

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 7 - The first Everton player since 2014 to score in all three of his side’s opening trio of Premier League games, but should have added to his tally when he poked wide early in the second half. Getty

SUBSTITUTES: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Gomes, 76’), N/A – A calming midfield influence in the closing stages. Gety

Alex Iwobi (Rodriguez, 86’), N/A – A couple of touches in his late cameo but nothing of note. Getty

Tom Davies (Richarlison, 90’), N/A – Tightened things up in midfield in stoppage time. Getty

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