Could do little about either of Cavani’s goals, the first of which was beautifully struck from the penalty spot, but pulled off several good saves either side of them to give his side a chance of getting back into the game.
Struggled in the first half as PSG put the home side under plenty of pressure, but he improved after the break and put in a good shift from then onwards.
Continued his impressive form with another strong performance. Partnered Yanga-Mbiwa brilliantly and kept Lyon in the game right to the very end.
Put in a really confident display in the middle of the Lyon back line. Remained strong and resolute throughout to make life tough for Cavani.
Made a few good runs forward on the break, but, overall, it was a tough first half for the Polish winger, who made way for Valbuena at half-time.
Gave away a penalty with a clumsy challenge on Motta, but he made up for the error with a great curling shot that resulted in Valbuena’s equaliser. All throughout the second half, the Brazilian was excellent when bombing forward.
Started well and was smart with his passing, but he faded as the first half wore on and was eventually replaced by Fekir.
Put in a strong and commanding display at the base of the Lyon midfield, where he put pressure on Verratti and Motta and did well to force them into making mistakes.
Struggled to get into the game in the first half but was much better during a second period in which he got further forward to put pressure on the visitors.
The striker was anonymous in the first half but came to life in the second as Lyon pushed further forward. Got himself into several great positions in front of goal and made a nuisance of himself inside the penalty area.
Drifted in and out of the game slightly, but he was always full of energy when bursting forward and gave the PSG back line plenty to think about.
Had little to deal with in the first half, but he didn’t look entirely comfortable when Lyon put more pressure on PSG. Was well beaten by Valbuena for the home side’s equaliser but almost gifted Lacazette with a chance to score soon after with a poor mistake.
Operated well alongside Silva and put in a good performance to help guide his side over the finish line.
Was put under plenty of pressure in the second half, but the captain remained calm and composed and impressed with his strong display.
Looked good going forward but wasn’t quite as impressive defensively, as he let Rafael skip past him far too easily in the build-up to Lyon’s equaliser.
One of PSG’s standout performers. Always looked dangerous over on the right flank and caused plenty of issues with his pace and skill.
Started the game well but was slightly sloppy after the break, resulting in him cheaply giving away the ball on a few occasions.
Impressed over on the left-hand side of PSG’s attacking midfield trio, where he linked up well with Maxwell and defended resolutely.
H. Ben Arfa
Was mightily impressive before undoing all of his hard work with sloppy play. Seemed to be trying to do too much to impress his former club, and he was eventually replaced as a result.
Made a nuisance of himself inside the final third of the pitch, and, despite drifting away slightly as the game went on, remained a menace with the ball at his feet.
Misplaced a couple of passes in the second half, but, overall, the Italian dealt well with the pressure that was being put on him and pulled off a confident performance.
Scored his 12th and 13th goals of the campaign with two excellent finishes. Easily beat Lopes from the penalty spot in the first half before bagging PSG a late winner with a lovely header.
Made a huge different after coming off the substitutes’ bench. Caused all sorts of problems for PSG and was rewarded with a thumping equaliser after just two minutes.
- 14 Sergi Darder
Looked bright in advanced areas after replacing Ghezzal but wasn’t on the pitch for long enough to make a notable impact.
Like Valbuena, the forward changed the game for Lyon. Always looked dangerous with the ball at his feet and continually impressed.
Featured as a right-midfielder after coming off the substitutes’ bench and set up Cavani’s second goal with an excellent cross.
Came on with little under 10 minutes left to play and was presented with a great chance to score that he really should have buried.
Replaced Cavani in the final minute of the game and saw little of the ball as a result.