Took care of whatever PSG threw his way, with the highlight being a smart save off Cavani in the second half.
A rock at the back, repelling PSG at almost every opportunity.
Allowed runners in behind one too many times. The weak link in an otherwise sturdy back four.
One or two careless challenges, it has to be said, but he was committed and alert throughout.
Formed a robust defensive partnership with Mensah, not often letting Cavani find space.
The Evian top scorer did not have a whole lot of impact in attack, but he still put in a strong defensive shift and contributed when needed.
Barged around the middle of the park to unsettle PSG when he could, but picked up a yellow for persistent fouling.
Really couldn't get much going to help the attack, but he did not neglect his defensive duties.
Helped out on the flanks in defence, but was sporadic when trying to contribute in the other half.
Apart from one strong pass at the end of the first half, his impact in this game was minimal.
His off the ball movement provided an occasional threat, but nothing more.
Had nothing to do until stoppage time in the second half, where he showed amazing agility to tip over a late shot to save his side.
Was not often tasked with much, but took care of what little Evian could throw his way.
Involved in a few tussles with Wass as he kept the Evian top scorer at bay, but like Aurier, his attacking contributions were limited.
Motored up and down the right flank, but despite his solid defence, he could not offer much meaningful support in attack.
Sturdy at the back, showing good speed on more than one occasion to chase down runners that had gotten in behind.
Saw a lot of the ball during certain spells, but could not make much happen. He generally had the better of his Evian counterparts.
His passing from deep was a sight to behold, with more than a few passes finding forwards in good positions.
Looked dangerous at times during the first half but faded alarmingly in the second and was hauled off for Lavezzi.
Spent long spells on the periphery of the game, coming alive once or twice to play in some enticing through passes.
A careless booking in either half saw him receive his marching orders, which effectively ended PSG's hopes of a winner.
Had his chances today, but looked some way short of his clinical best. Will need to do a lot better with Ibrahimovic injured