The Donegal defender was making just his second appearance in nine months since breaking his leg back in March, but was replaced at half-time by Johnjoe Kenny.
The Ireland captain was replaced at half-time and the injury will be assessed further on Sunday, with Everton boss Sam Allardyce confirming post-match that the problem is not related to the broken leg he suffered a year ago.
However, Coleman's problem isn't related to the leg break that has kept him out of virtually all this season.
Saturday's result was never in doubt after Glyfi Sigurdsson scored Everton's first after 46 minutes and he was their standout performer, according to Danny Murphy.
The second-half was a different story as it took less than a minute for Gylfi Sigurdsson to put the Toffees ahead after poor defending, before Oumar Niasse capitalised on more defensive lapses on 51 minutes to double the lead. The second was simply we had enough players around the ball in the far corner but it got slipped in and Andros Townsend got caught on the wrong side of his man and allowed the ball to be crossed for them to score the goal.
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Everton's next league game is against Watford at Vicarage Park on February 24.
"There have been a few recent results like getting the draw against West Brom and then beating Leicester where we have seen improved performances but I have come here to push Everton on".
"Away from home, we need to be tougher mentally and be able to sit in and dig it out and frustrate a bit more". It is something we have to try and turn around.
"I was disappointed we didn't get a clean sheet in the end, I don't know if it was a penalty".