Everton’s best player on his debut. Produced a fantastic save to deny Allan Saint-Maximin in an uneventful first half in tackle and produced a similarly strong stop to deny Sean Longstaff in the second.
Jonjoe Kenny 6
He offered as much width as possible in the right flank but was certainly not helped by the lack of a direct winger to connect with. His defense work has been largely solid, however, which is a plus.
Yerry Mina 5
Really didn’t have much to do on the defensive for most of the proceedings but was at least properly owned to help Everton build from behind. However, Ryan Fraser was beaten far too easily in the run-up to Newcastle’s second goal.
Michael Keane 6
Much like his teammate on the central defensive, the England international only had to watch Callum Wilson’s runs, which he achieved pretty well thanks largely to his good positioning and awareness.
Niels Nkounkou 6
Like Kenny on the right, Nkounkou came as far forward as possible but hasn’t had much of an impact in the final third so far. He was solid enough defensively but didn’t get a lot of opportunities to express himself.
Fabian Delph 6
Tidy in possession of the ball and showed good awareness to cover Nkounkou if his left back broke forward. He later showed his versatility in getting on this side of the defense and facing some good challenges.
They worked very hard in midfield to get the ball back as much as possible but couldn’t bring Everton much further up. In the second half he looked much better on the ball, but to no avail.
Abdoulaye Doucoure 6
As expected, full of energy that Kenny occasionally covers while ensuring that he supports the attack on the edge of the box. He was another who later showed versatility to take on a full back role.
Andre Gomes 5
Was used for him in an unnatural position where he was pushed much further forward and outward on the left side. Understandably, he tried to create the chances that Everton really needed, especially for Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Gylfi Sigurdsson 5
Like Gomes, Sigurdsson did not play in his natural position for most of this game but the pressure was still on him to create opportunities. For the most part, this did not happen – except for some long-term effort in the second period.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin 6
Understandably, he looked very frustrated this afternoon as there were few chances for him. The striker worked hard as usual and looked a bit more dangerous in the second half. He showed this by getting his only real chance in the dying phase.
Tidy enough possession when he was brought into play, but he was given the ungrateful job of looking after this team from the moment he came on.
Cenk Tosun 6
Regardless of the circumstances of the game, it was great to see him back on the sidelines with a serious injury after such a long time.
Alex Iwobi 6
Calvert-Lewin’s goal was well supported in his short time on the field after a deflected cross.
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