Jordan Pickford 4, James Rodriguez 9; Neal Maupay 7: Everton v Brighton player ratings

Jordan Pickford 4, James Rodriguez 9; Neal Maupay 7: Everton v Brighton player ratings
Jordan Pickford 4, James Rodriguez 9; Neal Maupay 7: Everton v Brighton player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - EVERTON RATINGS: Jordan Pickford - 4: Didn’t have much to do, but guilty of bad error when he gifted Neal Maupay an easy goal. Almost handed the Frenchman another one. AFP

Seamus Coleman - 7: Continued his impressive start to the season, looking strong in both his attacking and defensive play. But he was forced off due to injury which will be a concern for Everton. AFP

Yerry Mina - 9: Scored a clinical header to put Everton ahead. Made some outstanding interventions that prevented certain Brighton goals. PA

Michael Keane - 7: Looked comfortable for the majority of the game, was unlucky to see Maupay’s effort go through his legs on the line. AFP

Lucas Digne - 7: He was a little bit quiet in the attacking third, but defended very well throughout. Reuters

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 8: Broke Brighton’s play up well and showed quality when he was on the ball and set up Everton’s fourth of the game. EPA

Tom Davies - 7: The academy graduate was decisive in his play both in midfield and at right-back, giving Carlo Ancelotti a reminder of how useful he can be. Getty

Gylfi Sigurdsson - 7: Showed his quality with a delightful cross to set up the opener and linked play well. EPA

James Rodriguez - 9: Assisted Mina with a nice dinked free kick delivery, before getting two goals of his own, offering yet another example of his quality. Getty

Dominic Calvert-Lewin - 8: Considering his start to the season, it was no surprise that he scored, popping up with a fine first-half header.. AFP

Richarlison - 4: , He was forced off by an ankle injury after just 25 minutes, having struggled to have any big impact on the game. AFP

SUBS: Alex Iwobi - (On for Richarlison 25') 7: Assisted Rodriguez’s first goal of the game and played a key role in his second. AFP

Fabian Delph - (On for Coleman 58') 6: ghgh. Looked very confident after coming on, dictating some of Everton’s play very nicely. Getty

Theo Walcott - (On for Rodriguez 78') N/A. Now restricted to cameos, the former England man had little chance to make an impact. PA

BRIGHTON RATINGS: Mathew Ryan: Little chance for any of the goals and produced some good saves. EPA

Ben White - 5: Failed to deal with Calvert-Lewin for the opener, but showed composure on the ball and made some good interventions. Reuters

Lewis Dunk - 6: Was generally fairly strong defensively, but he might have to wait a while until getting another free-kick after blazing his effort way over the bar. Reuters

Adam Webster - 5: Should have been much stronger when defending Mina for Everton’s second, his decision making wasn’t the best in the attacking third. Reuters

Tariq Lamptey - 6: Put in a good cross for the goal that made it 1-1, but failed to hit the highs of recent matches and was taken off at half time.. EPA

Yves Bissouma - 6: Had a sloppy start, then fell asleep for Mina’s goal. His passing was also off at stages. However, he did score an excellent goal at the end. Getty

Steven Alzate - 5: Booked just four minutes into the game and struggled to get a hold on it, but eventually calmed down. EPA

Solly March - 7: He was Brighton’s main threat, delivering some good crosses into the box. Assisted Bissouma’s goal with a header. Getty

Leandro Trossard - 5: Enjoyed a bit of luck when his scuffed effort led to a goal, but it was his sloppy pass that was cut out by Rodriguez in the lead up to the Colombian's first goal. Reuters

Neal Maupay - 7: Showed his predatory instinct to score a goal, having been relentless in his play before then. EPA

Aaron Connolly - 6: Pressed the Everton defenders well, but didn’t get much of a sniff in front of goal. Reuters

SUBS: Joel Veltman - (On for Lamptey 45') 5: Looked fairly assured in his defensive play but didn’t offer much going forward. PA

Adam Lallana - (On for Connolly 66') 5: Failed to add the cutting-edge Brighton needed, his lack of width made the team look unbalanced at times. Reuters

Pascal Gross - (On for Alzate 82') N/A. Getty

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