Brighton player ratings vs Everton as wing back shines but Steven Alzate and Leandro Trossard suffer

Brighton and Hove Albion suffered a painful 4-2 defeat in the Premier League against Everton at Goodison Park

Saturday, 3rd October 2020, 8:31 pm
Brighton and Hove Albion were soundly beaten 4-2 by an impressive Everton

Scroll down and click through to see who shone and who struggled for Graham Potter's men

A smart early save to deny Calvert-Lewin but no chance with the headers from Calvert-Lewin or Mina. Could do nothing with the third after Trossard lost possession and Rodriguez swept home
A solid block on 15 minutes to deny Sigurdsson. Beaten easily at the far post for Calvert-Lewin's opener. Always looks good bringing the ball out from defence.
Looked frustrated with Albion's short freekicks when he went forward expecting a ball into the box. Defended well but disappointed to concede yet another goal from a set-piece.
Yerry Mina nipped ahead of Webster to head home Everton's second. Played most of the second half at left back as March switched flanks and was brutally exposed by Rodriguez
Provided the cross that led to Maupay's goal. A solid display but struggled to have the impact of previous matches mainly due to Everton's possession and defensive shape. Replaced by Veltman at the break
Gave the ball away early in a dangerous position and looked a bit rusty after his suspension. Scored a cracking consolation.
Booked early for a shove on Coleman and was on a tightrope the whole match. Has been impressive for Brighton this season but Everton's midfield were dominant on the day
Comfortably Brighton's best player on the day. Started at left wing back and moved on to the right after the break. Always prepared to take his player on and provide a dangerous cross
Struggled to get in the match and a poor pass led to Everton scoring their third goal. Has been excellent for Albion of late but not his day today
Capitalised on a poor error from Pickford to level the scores. Worked hard all afternoon but received very little in the way of service
A thankless afternoon for the young striker. Battled hard against Mina and co. One clever flicked effort that went just wide but like Maupay, he rarely received any service
The former Ajax man replaced Lamptey at the break and played on the right hand side. Held his position but made little impact on the match
Replaced Connolly on 66 minutes. The former Liverpool man produced some nice touches and looked sharp but the game was over. Surprised he didn't start after impressive display against Man U
Just 10 minutes for the German who is struggling for game this season