Perhaps the only PSG player never to look troubled by their Belgian opponents, dealing with every corner, long shot or close-range effort comfortably - except for the goal.
The Brazilian was not great, giving the ball away far too often, as well as blatantly diving in the second half. Was replaced by Thiago Silva after the break.
Defended well and could also be seen surging down the left-hand side and delivering penetrative crosses into the danger area throughout.
Like his partners at centre-back, did not enjoy his finest night, giving the ball away and making too many rash tackles.
G. van der Wiel
Often let N'Sakala get the better of him in a defensive capacity but showed his value going forward, playing a major role in most of PSG's attacks and showing an eagerness to beat his man down the right-hand side.
The powerhouse midfielder made his presence known both in defence and attack as he made strong tackles and cut out loose passes. After winning the ball, Matuidi would often then surge forward with it and create several chances for his team-mates. Played Ibrahimovic in for the goal.
Came off with 10 minutes to go but showed patient passing during his time on-field as one of the home side's main playmakers.
A huge threat going forward, the Brazilian's pace and energy was a breath of fresh air during such a stalemate. Often beat his man and drew fouls from defenders that just could not keep up with him. Was slightly wasteful with his finishing, though.
Spread the play effectively for the Ligue 1 champions, as well as tackling strongly in midfield. Could not find a penetrative pass into the final third but did his best to try and break the Anderlecht back line.
This was not his best night in a PSG shirt but the Swede still got on the scoresheet to save his side. Ibrahimovic was closed down more often than not and looked clumsy on the ball, conceding several free kicks - but his through-balls were terrific.
Missed a glorious chance early on and looked a beaten man thereafter. Defensive pressure from Anderlecht got the better of him today and, on occasion, he did not even look like trying to change that. Gave the ball away with several loose passes and was hauled off in the second half.
Showed real bravery against superior opposition. Could not keep his first European clean sheet of the season but was on hand to make several important saves as his side claimed their first Champions League point of the campaign.
A. Vanden Borre
A shining light on a very good day for his side. Ventured forward well and was lively throughout. Also made a sensational block in his own area from a Lucas shot during the second half.
Got forward really well down the flank and delivered dangerous crosses into the penalty area. Gave Van der Wiel a run for his money down the left-hand side.
Cleared everything in sight and really inspired his team-mates with his defending and work-rate. Will be key in his side's next two games if they are to have any hope of clinching a Europa League place.
Could be found marking Ibrahimovic very tightly at times, which was best exemplified when he put pressure on the Swede from a corner that he could very nearly have scored from.
Showed a wisdom beyond his years as he cut passes out, made blocks and produced expert tackles in defence. Without him, his side could not have held on so bravely.
Made the occasional bad challenge, being booked for his efforts, but did not put a foot wrong aside from that.
D. de Zeeuw
Often lost the ball but produced shots on goal from the unlikeliest of positions. Was also very hard-working and got the goal his fans will remember for the rest of the season.
An energetic presence for his side as he won several tackles in midfield and surged forward down the left. Was drawn into a foul by Lucas in the first half, however, which resulted in a booking. Then, handballed foolishly to earn his second booking and an early bath.
Could not influence the game that much directly but otherwise embodied his side's hard-working spirit.
Produced more efforts on goal than any other player in the first half and was a very lively presence in the PSG half. At times, the likes of Alex and Marquinhos could not live with him. Was only let down by a lack of experience at this level.
Came on with half an hour left but was a mere bystander for the goal, while he also missing a golden opportunity to win his side the game in the final minute.
Threaded the ball through to Ibrahimovic superbly after coming on as a second-half substitute but was greedy at times when a pass was the best option.
Came on and showed great pace in between the lines but, ultimately, could not find his side the winner.