Made his first start of the season in goal but did not have a great deal to do other than cover shots that flirted with the target. Dealt with crossed balls well and looked confident for a player who has seen so little first-team football in 18 months.
Missed a glaring chance in the first half when he shot high from only five yards out. Gave a steady account of himself in the middle of the field, as he used possession sensibly instead of spectacularly.
Back in the starting XI after being rested at the weekend, and once again performed a steady job for his side. Continues to defend cleverly while attacking sensibly.
The surprise inclusion in the PSG starting XI, the centre-back enjoyed a steady game in the middle of les Parisiens’ defence. Nothing got in behind the central defender, who had a strong game.
Scored his second goal for the club as he opened the scoring from the penalty spot and was once again magisterial in the heart of the defence. Makes the art of defending look incredibly easy.
Raided forward down the right well, but the France international defender was stretched by Andre Ayew at the other end of the field.
Went forward with the ball purposefully on a regular basis, with the highlight being a surging second-half run that took him past Nkoulou before he powered a shot over. Was a little profligate in good positions, but a strong showing overall.
Of the PSG central players, it was the former Liverpool and Juventus man who was given the most obviously defensive role. There were times he struggled to contain Valbuena, but he had a good game overall. Replaced by Rabiot with an hour played.
Another incredibly energetic performance from the midfielder, who pushed forward on a regular basis to support the attacking players but struggled to find his technique when in such areas. Defended with gusto, as always, making a lung-bursting run to make a key interception towards full-time.
Came into the squad as Zlatan Ibrahimovic was given a chance to rest and did his job as he drew the foul that led to the hosts grabbing the lead. Headed over midway through the second half and had a quiet match overall.
Whenever the former Sochaux youth was in possession, there was a wave of anticipation around the crowd, and he ultimately finished the game off with an emphatic finish for the second goal. He can be a frustrating figure at times and not everything he tried worked, but he always needed closely policed.
Did not really have a great deal to do aside from pick the ball out of his net from two unstoppable efforts.
Given his struggles in recent weeks, it was rather surprising that PSG did not target the left-back more regularly as he was able to go through the game relatively unchallenged. Delivered a couple of wicked crosses into the box.
Lasted less than half an hour before being dismissed for a last-man tug on Hoarau. The striker might have gone down easily, but it was an error from the defender that allowed him in initially.
One of the Marseille players most lacking in top-level experience, and when PSG elected to run at the former Sedan defender, he certainly struggled to contain them. Allowed Menez to get away for the second goal but showed good athleticism to deny the same player on 68 minutes.
Shifted into a central defensive position after Fanni’s dismissal, and this was a role in which he never looked entirely comfortable. A miskick soon after being shifted into that role did not aid his nerves.
Walked a disciplinary tightrope after getting booked only three minutes into the game for an over-zealous foul on Chalme. Although this negatively affected his defensive performance, he still pushed on an offered the occasional threat with a long-range shot, drawing a save from Douchez just before the break.
Once again Marseille’s spark. He showed his threat in the first half when he bent a terrific effort wide from just outside the box. Was a tough man to pin down, even when OM were reduced to 10.
Offered a reasonable outlet on the right for Marseille, but his lack of pace prevented him from getting in behind PSG, which is what the visitors needed on the break.
Lively down the left side of Marseille’s attack, the Ghana international threatened with his pace and directness. Went off after an hour to immense jeers from the home crowd.
Was contained impressively by Thiago Silva and looked a shadow of the threat that was so exciting in front of goal for long periods of last term. Still struggling to find his sharpest level, and against the world’s best centre-back that was abundantly clear.