Had little to do all evening, but made a couple of smart save from Henri Saivet and Gregory Sertic.
Maxwell had a decent encounter against Bordeaux, though he wasn't troubled by a rather limited Girondins attack. Got up often as he could.
Alex is really hitting the heights at PSG in recent weeks after a poor winter. Grabbed his second goal in two games - with a smart, deft touch late on.
Comfortable enough at the back, but the Brazil captain should've had a goal in the first half, had his heading been more on point.
G. van der Wiel
Linked well with Edinson Cavani down the right wing, but for all of his attacking endeavours, still found out of position on occasions.
Aside from an early tussle with Henrique, the Italy international recovered to partake in a strong performance in midfield. Intelligent play from the midfielder foiled Bordeaux at times.
Like Pastore, ineffective in the final third initially, but really came alive in the second. Shrugged that off to end strongly, and take two assists with him with a powerful performance in the second half. A changed player!
Handed a start ahead of new signing Cabaye, in place of the suspended Verratti - Pastore was left wanting in the final third. Good in the build-up play, but some poor decision making when it really became serious.
The dynamic midfielder, subject of moves away this summer, proved exactly why he is among the highly rated players in Ligue 1. A midfield metronome, with 94% pass completion.
The Uruguayan striker looked a little off this evening, and not getting the rub of the green. Injured in the second half, and limped off.
Ibrahimovic struck his 29th goal of the season to break a frustrating deadlock. Intelligent movement to beat the offside trap and tap into an empty net.
A disappointing evening from the Bordeaux goalkeeper. Should've been better placed for both goals, and also spilled one or two shots.
Did not perform well on the left-wing this evening, and failed to link up with his attacking partners.
Perhaps the only Bordeaux player, bar the defence, who had any drive to lead his side forward. Combative in midfield, and even tested Sirigu - albeit from distance.
Perhaps Bordeaux's best player this evening. Showed his defensive ability with a couple of superbly timed tackles and interceptions.
The Argentine defender was solid at the back for the visitors this evening, though can be blamed for the first goal, as he failed to track Ibrahimovic's run.
Aside from a early tussle with Thiago Motta, fared well in the first half before toiling over the finish line in the second period as Bordeaux's defence imploded.
The former West Ham and Real Madrid player was out of his depth on the flanks for Bordeaux. Just couldn't keep up with the intensity of the opposition.
Another player who was overawed by the perseverance and patient build-up of the PSG midfield, Traore was subsequently subbed off by Francis Gillot.
N'Guemo was largely tussling with Javier Pastore for the large part of the game, but was poor in the middle of the park. Sloppy on the ball.
The Bordeaux attacker was invisible for large parts of the game, and was in isolation. A woeful performance.
The highly rated young striker didn't highlight his burgeoning talents. In fact, the opposite. Didn't create any chances, and was largely played off the park.