Made a world-class save on Raggi in an accomplished showing.
The defender generally did well with the threat of Germain, although Lemar beat him on a mazy dribble.
With his regular partner Berezutski, he locked things down at the back for the hosts.
Provided attacking support when needed and was also calm at the back.
An important tackle on Germain and he held down his flank securely.
The midfielder dished out and received a fair bit of punishment in a warlike showing.
Broke up a few attacks and played some smart passes into space.
His passing was occasionally incisive, but he did not play in the second half.
The winger did not love up to the standards of Tosic on the opposite flank.
A nightmare for Monaco to deal with on the flank, as he was always able to beat his man. It was his run and shot that set up the opener.
His hold-up play was crucial for his side turning defence into attack, and he was quickest to convert a rebound.
Hard to blame him for the goal as his defence should have cleared the rebound.
Made some important defensive plays on Traore in the first half, but he was beaten by Tosic in the buildup to the goal.
Caught regularly out of position as Tosic tortured him out wide.
The defender was static during the events of Traore's goal, reacting very slowly.
Able to win the ball back regularly and beat his first man, creating opportunities for his side.
Nearly brought his side level from close range bu was denied by Akinfeev.
The playmaker didn't last long, succumbing to injury towards the end of the first half.
Worked hard in the centre of the park to put out fires, and controlled the midfield in the second period.
One tremendous dribble took him the length of the pitch and nearly ended in a goal.
Had a snap-shot blocked before he converted a clever finish to rescue a point for his side.
Stymied by the defence and a lack of genuine service, as he never managed a real shooting chance.