The keeper could have done little more to have kept out any of the goals, but he did make an important late save from Pastore.
The Mexican was too keen to attack and that left his side exposed to the combination of Lucas and Van der Wiel down the right flank.
His eagerness to push forward often left Leverkusen exposed with both Maxwell and Lavezzi causing problems. Three of the four goals came from his flank.
Was lethargic in both his tackling and passing, regularly conceding possession needlessly. He conceded the penalty and was sent off in the second half.
Made an important block to keep out Ibrahimovic early in the first half and he positioned himself well when PSG looked to go over the top.
Did not do an awful lot wrong in the centre of the park, but he could perhaps have pushed on to support Kiessling more often.
Gave away possession and then failed to track the run of Matuidi as PSG opened the scoring and he never really recovered from that.
Was the busiest of Leverkusen's forward three in the first half but he was unable to supply a finish when getting into dangerous areas.
Did his best to offer support to Hilbert when Maxwell moved forward. His efforts to get his side playing quicker, sharper football were impressive.
The South Korean had next to no impact on the game in the first half and was subsequently withdrawn at half-time.
His recent lack of form in front of goal continued, but in fairness he received very little service from his team-mates throughout the game.
Had very little to do on the night, with Leverkusen failing to force him into a truly strenuous save throughout the game.
G. van der Wiel
Played very high when his team had possession as it enabled them to stretch the play and use the maximum width available.
A rock at the back for PSG as he dealt with everything posed to him with maximum efficiency whilst also being assured with the ball at his feet.
Hugged the left flank and offered an outlet to both the central defenders and midfielders. He played a role in the penalty incident and the third goal.
Leverkusen failed to ask enough questions of the former Chelsea man and that enabled him to have a comfortable night.
A competent performance from the Italy international as he protected the defence and also distributed the ball crisply in the centre.
Consistently worried the opposition with his direct dribbling and he forced his way into some great positions. He earned a late assist for Cabaye's goal.
The young Italian showed immense composure on the ball and awesome technique as he pulled all the strings in the centre of the park.
Got his team off to the perfect start with a goal after three minutes and he also assisted the third in a solid all-round midfield display.
The Argentine cause problems with his pace, drawing the foul which caused the referee to award a first-half penalty. He did not get into enough danger areas, though.
Another mercurial performance from the towering Swede as he netted a confident penalty before slamming a superb second into the top corner.