The goalkeeper was in irrepressible form at Stade Bonal, repelling almost everything that the visitors threw at him. Made incredible saves from Verratti and Cavani.
Faussurier linked superbly with Corchia along the right, and was worked ever so hard in defence, keeping Lucas under wraps for much of the game.
The left-back was an unlikely source for the equalising goal, as his drilled effort troubled Sirigu, who palmed the ball off Thiago Silva and into the net.
The Zambian defender was at fault for Cavani's first goal, but that proved to be the only blip in an otherwise masterful showing at Stade Bonal. Provided a few key interceptions to limit the visitors.
The highly-rated right-back was again in fine form this afternoon, attacking at every opportunity, but also involved superbly at the back, limiting PSG to one goal.
The young Bosnian midfielder has evidently matured over the course of the season, and he provided a solid performance, testing Sirigu but also highlighting his combative side in an efficient outing.
Roudet was the creative hub for his side, attacking at every avenue and venturing forward incessantly. Combined well with Roy Contout who offered the pace.
Sinkala was another who drifted in and out of the game in the first half, but upped his game in the second, where Sochaux were much more creative going forward. Great composure on the ball.
The on-loan Marseille forward will have revelled in delaying PSG's title celebrations, but he was a constant thorn in the defence with his power and pace. Teed up Bakambu, who scuffed the chance for the winner.
Contout's pace and trickery on the flanks provided the platform for Sochaux to turn the tide after a disappointing first half. When he was given the space, he threatened well.
Well below his usual best. Too easily beaten with Marange's deflected cross leading to the own goal.
His apparent dip in form continues, but Silva, credited with an own goal this afternoon could do little about it. Nonetheless, he was given a rough time by the Sochaux attack.
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Like Maxwell, his crossing aided PSG considerably. Picked up a fine pass for Verratti, who was denied by a wondrous save.
Got forward on occasions and offered a couple of decent chances in from the left. Questions remain over his positioning.
Alex's lack of pace was exposed by a ruthless Sochaux forward line, and he consistently struggled against the likes of Ayew and Contout.
Perhaps PSG's best outfield player this afternoon. Never tired off the ball, and always seemed to be chasing down an opposition player. Drove the PSG midfield forward in search of chances.
Motta's assist for Cavani was the outstanding highlight of the game, pinging the ball forward about 40 yards for the Uruguayan to score. Calm and composed on the ball however.
Another disappointing game from the January signing, who struggled to impose himself in the middle of the park. Substituted for Verratti.
Was another who suffered an off-day in the final third. Highlighted decent pace, but was effectively out-marked by a superb and resilient defence.
Saw some success, especially in the first half, linking well with Maxwell and Cavani as PSG created, but spurned a host of chances. His influence waned considerably in the second period.
Notched his 16th league goal of the season in superb fashion, but that was really the only highlight for Cavani, who disappointed greatly for the rest of the game. Denied by Pele, when he really should've scored.