How did the players fare in Newcastle United's 3-0 defeat at Everton?

EVERTON (4-2-3-1):

Pickford 6; Coleman 6 (Patterson 66, 6), Tarkowski 7, Branthwaite 8, Mykolenko 6; Doucoure 7, Gueye 7; Young 6, HARRISON 8, McNeil 8; Calvert-Lewin 6 (Beto 84).

Subs (not used): Virginia (gk), Keane, Godfrey, Chermiti, Hunt, Dobbin, Danjuma.

NEWCASTLE (4-3-3):

5 Dubravka: Didn’t really have a chance with any of Everton’s goals as he returned to the starting line-up

3 Trippier: A night to forget for the full-back who was badly at fault for each of Everton’s opening two goals

4 Schar: Never really got to grips to Calvert-Lewin as Newcastle struggled to deal with balls into the box

4 Lascelles: Not a great night for the Newcastle skipper who was undone by the pace of Everton’s late attacking

5 Livramento: Kept Young quiet for most of the night, but wasn’t able to make his usual rampaging runs forward

6 MILEY: The pick of Newcastle’s players – he might have lost, but he looks at home on this stage

5 Guimaraes: Not a night when the Brazilian was able to play his usual slick passes in the opposition half

5 Joelinton: Put in a decent shift in midfield, but never really threatened to make an impact in the final third

4 Almiron: Missed a couple of decent chances, shooting at Pickford in the first half and heading over in the second

4 Isak: Didn’t really have an impact – and wasted the one chance that came his way by heading wide in the first half

5 Gordon: Tried his heart out on his return to Goodison, but fired a poor second-half effort at Pickford


Krafth (for Lascelles, 89)

Ritchie (for Miley, 89)

(not used): Karius (gk), Gillespie (gk), Dummett, Hall, Diallo, A Murphy, Parkinson.

Man Of The Match: JACK HARRISON – The Everton midfielder set the tone for his side’s performance with his energetic running and incisive passing.