Here are some ratings for it.
Schmeichel: 7 - In the action more today than in recent weeks and was a solid presence behind the back 4. I'm not entirely keen with him running half a pitch to argue with the ref at times though, even if he is the captain.
Ricardo: 8 - Tough to rate today because even though he was excellent and exciting in attack throughout the match, it was the man he was tracking and marking who scored the opening goal against us. But then, it was a pinpoint cross and Richarlison isn't exactly small. So I wouldn't argue with differing ratings here.
Evans: 7 - Displayed his usual calmness and strong decision-making at the heart of the defence.
Soyuncu: 6 - Looked in danger of losing his temper at times and was probably fortunate that Graham Scott had left his cards at home. One to learn from in terms of keeping his cool in a match that threatens to get angry.
Chilwell: 7 - Keen runner and decent enough in defence without standing out.
Perez: 6 - Looking more comfortable with the intricate passes and plays that the team is being styled to play, although the match swallowed him up somewhat as it went on. Still a work in progress with regard to belief in himself.
Tielemans: 6 - A mixed bag of fine passes and giving the ball away. Again, someone who can learn from this sort of match for the future.
Ndidi: 8 - Showed better passing today than he has done in the past, and had a good game on that front. Defensively, Everton's tactics tried to studiously avoid him by going wide often on the counter.
Maddison: 6 - Couldn't find those pockets of space between defence and midfield as Everton defended so tightly. Tidy and diligent but generally forced to drop deeper than he wanted in order to get on the ball.
Barnes: 6 - A quiet game interspersed with a few nice moments, which seems to be his niche this season.
Vardy: 7 - Wasn't clinical today, but continued harrying and displaying aggression. Amusing to see L1 encouraging the Everton fans to continue barracking him.
Iheanacho: 9 - Showed as much drive and determination as anyone on the pitch and made a real difference. The difference between this and his appearances last year was striking, and he'll surely get more game time as a result. My choice for our MOTM.
Albrighton: 5 - Got a rapturous welcome, then was effectively a ghost. Might need a little care and attention from the management.
Everton will naturally feel hard done by with the result. In the first half they operated a tight 5-4-1, playing on the counter, and they looked the more dangerous team as a result. They fought hard, determined to put in a shift after the Norwich result last week. However, there was still a big suggestion of glass jaw about them. Before the equaliser, they had held off fairly well. Afterwards, along with tiring generally, the belief drained from them and we started creating a lot more chances. (That and a change of tactics from us contributing as well.)
But ultimately, it's still very difficult to see Silva as anything other than an undead manager right now with the board simply waiting for the right moment to sack him rather than still making the decision.
However, it's hard to feel any sympathy for them today given all the rolling around and timewasting.
Player ratings vs. Everton