Made virtually no saves during the match as his side dominated possession over Olympiakos on the night.
Much like his centre-back partner, there really was not an awful lot to mop up bar the occasional offside trap. Played the ball out of defence well too.
Comfortable evening for the wantaway centre-back. With Djebbour on his own in attack and the occasional foray from the likes of Machado and Greco, his defensive tendencies were never truly tested.
All-action performance from the full-back. His positional sense left a little to be desired, but his enthusiasm and insistence on getting forward and finding space could not be faulted.
A quiet game on the surface, but he made a number of key passes which allowed his more attack-minded team-mates to threaten the Greek resistance. However, his influence waned as his coach chopped and changed repeatedly.
Formed a magic triangle of sorts with Cabella and Mounier, as the trio were the creative hub behind Montpellier's dominance. May not have been at his most ruthless, but was still a constant thorn in the Olympiakos side.
Solid at right-back, where he successfully kept Machado and Holebas at bay before their surprise late comeback. Could have done slightly better in keeping an eye on his marker Torosidis for his goal, perhaps.
His work-rate could not be faulted as he zipped up and down the right flank, but his final delivery and execution was generally poor.
The defensive fulcrum in the Montpellier midfield, he found it harder to contain the Olympiakos midfielder as the game wore thin. Still was an important figure in laying down the foundations before his exit.
Was not very consistent over the 90 minutes as he ghosted in an out of the contest, but he made a few telling contributions when he did have the ball, including a pair of sumptuous through balls.
A strong, physical presence in attack for Montpellier, the burly hitman did not offer much quality admittedly, but he acquitted himself well enough and held the ball up. Replaced in the second half.
Despite Montpellier's dominance, he did not have to make too many saves bar Charbonnier's strike.
A real captain's performance from the right-back, Torosidis drove his team towards a vital point against Montpellier. His goal only paid testimony to his commitment shown at La Mosson.
Fared better than Machado but not by a huge margin when taking the 90 minutes into account. Yet he was the catalyst for his side in their rescue mission for a point.
Guilty of several fouls throughout the match as his experience shone through in that department. However, he made several interceptions, a number of which were crucial.
Along with Maniatis, he was charged with anchoring the Olympiakos midfield but had a difficult night in truth, as his advancing years exposed him when faced with fresher faces.
The left winger was expected to provide an outlet for Olympiakos down the right, but Bedimo's darting runs meant he was forced to stay back for much of the night.
The defensive midfielder was a real lynchpin for his side, making a few key blocks and injecting steel into the rearguard.
The rugged midfielder was tenacious but perhaps a little too much at times. Lucky to stay on the pitch but his miss, was unforgivable.
Showed nice touches with the ball at feet and potential to do something special but struggled to impose himself on the encounter. Substituted on the hour mark.
Despite his goalscoring form this season, he looked isolated for much of the game and could not decide proceedings. Replaced by Mitroglou.
Made an instant impact upon his arrival into the fray, as he was lively and was not scared of having the ball at feet. Eventually proved to be an inspired substitution, as he crossed in the winner for Mitroglou.
Came on with 20 minutes to go and did more in that spell than his predecessor did in the 70 prior. Showed sharp movement despite his recent injury and timed his run to perfection for the winner.