Nick Pope 7

Not much he could do with goals. Made saves you’d expect and showed safe hands late on.

Matt Lowton 8

One excellent early covering tackle to deny Davies. Defended well, crossing good and created goal with lovely pass.

Lancashire Telegraph:

James Tarkowski 7

Scuffed a clearance that gave Walcott a first half chance but so composed on the ball aside from that

Ben Mee 7

Looked unnerved at times in first half as Everton broke from deep but settled down after the break

Stephen Ward 7

Beaten by Walcott for first half chance but solid in the second half as Burnley piled forward

Johann Berg Gudmundsson 8

Another fine performance. Had chances to score and looked a threat in the final third. Another assist

Lancashire Telegraph:

Jack Cork 7

Midfield was open in the first half as Davies and Sigurdsson charged forward, but battled well

Ashley Westwood 7

Positionally excellent in the second half, stifling Everton’s counters. Deserves a run in the side

Aaron Lennon 9 (Man of the Match)

Showed his former club they might have been wrong to let him go. Got all 90 minutes on the right and produced an old-school wingers display. Ran at Cuco Martina all afternoon and had the beating of him inside and out. Created a couple of good chances with direct play and crosses. Has increased Burnley’s attacking threat

Jeff Hendrick 5

Just not happening for him as a number 10 at the moment, struggling to get to grips with the role offensively

Ashley Barnes 8

Unlucky with first half header but much better with a partner in Wood. Took his goal really well and could have had another

Lancashire Telegraph:


Chris Wood for Hendrick (46)

Subs not used: Anders Lindegaard, Phil Bardsley, Kevin Long, Dean Marney, Geoges-Kevin Nkoudou, Sam Vokes

Everton: Jordan Pickford, Seamus Coleman, Michael Keane, Ashley Williams, Cuco Martina, Idrissa Gueye, Tom Davies (Wayne Rooney 59), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Yannick Bolasie 83), Theo Walcott, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Cenk Tosun (Oumar Niasse 68)

Subs not used: Joel Robles, Mason Holgate, Leighton Baines, Morgan Schneiderlin, Yannick Bolasie, Wayne Rooney, Oumar Niasse