Everton dismantled West Ham United 4-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday night, with a Wayne Rooney hat-trick contributing to a miserable night for the travelling support.

Here’s how the players rated in a humiliating defeat:

Joe Hart – 4

Gave away a penalty in the first half after a rash decision to go to ground resulted in him flooring Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Saved Rooney’s resulting spot-kick but the former England captain put away the rebound.

Hart’s poor clearance in the second period allowed the 32-year-old to complete his hat-trick with a majestic strike from inside his own half that flew into the unguarded net.

Pablo Zabaleta – 5

Looks increasingly like age is catching up with him in recent matches, often caught out of position as he tries to support the attack.

Winston Reid – 5

Reid was not personally culpable for the goals but contributed to a disorganised defensive display before he was substituted with an apparent hamstring injury late on.

Angelo Ogbonna – 5

Never the most comfortable looking of players with the ball at his feet, the Italian’s presence seems to be adding to the uncertainty in the backline.

Similar to Reid in that he was not at fault himself, but that is the best that can be said.

Aaron Cresswell – 5

Still some way from his best and has been for a while.

Was unlucky not to reduce the deficit in the second period when his well-struck effort cannoned back off the bar.

Cheikhou Kouyate – 4

A lazy performance in an almost non-existent midfield, Kouyate’s display was typified by his failure to track Rooney’s run from deep for the Toffees’ second goal.

Pedro Obiang – 4

Another player who makes you question what he actually does in the side, Obiang did not stamp any authority in the middle of the pitch and was replaced by Diafra Sakho at the break.

Marko Arnautovic – 5

After his much-improved showing in the 1-1 draw with Leicester City, Arnautovic followed that up with an ineffective hour at Goodison Park before being replaced by Michail Antonio.

Manuel Lanzini – 4

Another player who is short of his best form, Lanzini showed brief flashes of quality but his missed penalty at 2-0 down proved extremely costly at a time when the Hammers were finally on top of their opponents.

Arthur Masuaku – 6

Looked as likely a threat as anyone in claret and blue, Masuaku again put a shift in down the left and made some decent headway, but his end product still tends to let him down.

Andre Ayew – 4

Struggled to get on the ball and when he did was generally wasteful.

The Ghanaian started up front in place of the injured Andy Carroll but did little to suggest he is capable of leading the line on his own.

Diafra Sakho – 6

Came on at half-time and won the penalty that could have turned the tide of the match, only for Jordan Pickford to beat away Lanzini’s effort.

Michail Antonio – 6

Decent cameo on his return from injury, looked to make a couple of surging runs and will surely be back in the starting XI when fully fit.

Declan Rice – 5

Came on for Reid towards the end of the match and within a minute lost Ashley Williams at a corner, allowing the Welshman to guide his header inside the far post for the fourth.