How did the players fare in Newcastle United's 1-1 draw with Everton?

NEWCASTLE (4-3-3):

7 Dubravka: Made a crucial second-half save from Young and almost kept out Calvert-Lewin’s penalty

7 Krafth: Coped well against McNeil down Newcastle’s right, with his tackling a key asset

8 Schar: Defended impressively all evening as he dealt with whatever Everton were throwing into the box

8 BURN: Slotted in superbly at the heart of the back four, winning headers and dominating the Everton forward line

8 Hall: Answered any questions over his defensive capabilities as he battled on despite suffering a first-half knock

6 Longstaff: Showed plenty of industry at the heart of midfield, although some of his passing didn’t quite find its mark

7 Guimaraes: Kept Newcastle on the front foot for most of the game as he used possession effectively

8 Anderson: Newcastle benefited from his drive, energy and enthusiasm, just as they had in the latter stages of the West Ham win

7 J Murphy: Produced some nice flashes and fired in a second-half shot that Pickford did well to save

8 Isak: Produced a superb finish to open the scoring and impressed with his technique all evening

7 Barnes: Made an effective return to the starting line-up, causing problems down Newcastle’s left-hand side


Willock (for Anderson, 71)

Dummett (for Hall, 79)

(not used): Karius (gk), Gillespie (gk), Ritchie, Diallo, A Murphy, White, Parkinson.

EVERTON (4-4-1-1):

PICKFORD 7; Godfrey 5 (Coleman 90), Tarkowski 6, Branthwaite 6, Mykolenko 6; Young 7, Gueye 4 (Chermiti 82), Onana 4 (Garner 60, 6), McNeil 5; Doucoure 5 (Gomes 60, 5); Beto 4 (Calvert-Lewin 60, 6).

Subs (not used): Virginia (gk), Patterson, Keane, Harrison.

Man Of The Match: DAN BURN – The Newcastle defender did everything he could to shackle the Everton attack.