Player ratings: Everton 3, Norwich City 0

Norwich City must pick themselves up after Premier League relegation. lPicture by Paul Chesterton/Fo

Norwich City must pick themselves up after Premier League relegation. lPicture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Here's how the players rated as Norwich City slumped to a tame 3-0 Premier League exit at Everton on Sunday afternoon at Goodison Park.

The Toffees eased to a routine victory against Alex Neil's side, who finished in 19th place on 34 points to join Newcastle United and Aston Villa in the Championship next season:

• John Ruddy: Denied Romelu Lukaku twice early on but little protection in front.

• Ivo Pinto: Tried to offer an attacking outlet with a few overlapping forays.

• Russell Martin: Turned once or twice by Everton's youth brigade.

• Ryan Bennett: Tough shift trying to subdue Lukaku, who was the class act on the pitch.

• Martin Olsson: Early injury exit and one hopes it does not impact on his Euro 2016 ambitions.

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• Nathan Redmond: Long way short of the vibrant offering against the Hornets; like the rest of his team mates.

• Graham Dorrans: Never got on the ball in the same manner as the Watford win.

• Gary O'Neil: Almost cut Gareth Barry in two with a crunching tackle when game was lost.

• Matt Jarvis: Fired goalwards but Tim Howard saved at his near post.

• Steven Naismith: Huge ovation from the home fans. Little impression left on his return.

• Cameron Jerome: Tame header at Howard proved one of Norwich's better chances.

Read Paddy Davitt's verdict here