The Sainte goalkeeper produced another good performance at the back, with his confident demeanour and decent saves. At times questionable with his positioning though, as was apparent on the second goal.
Ghoulam enjoyed a decent game, offering a potent attacking threat on the left for much of the first half. Deteoriated slightly, and more erratic as the visitors grew in strength.
Like Zouma, the centre-back was a powerhouse at the back, thwarting Ibrahimovic and co. at nearly every opportunity. At times, his clearances weren't as great, but was left chasing at PSG's two goals.
Clerc was rather more defensive-minded as expected for ASSE this evening, and it contributed to his side's resilience. Kept Lavezzi under wraps for large periods.
The young defender highlighted exactly why he's so sought after with an efficient performance at the break, really frustrating PSG's lavishly assembled attack. Only blip was the ease in which PSG equalised at the death.
The former PSG midfielder fared well in the middle, dropping deeper in front of the defence to dictate play and link well with Corgnet. Struggled in the second half, but a decent game nonetheless.
The tough-tackling midfielder imposed himself in the first half, living dangerously on a booking. Was controversially sent off in the second half for an incident with Lavezzi.
The winger was a potent threat on the right for the hosts, utilising pockets of space, and cutting in to great effect. Was the source of much of Sainte's attacking ventures, but tired as the game progressed.
Corgnet enjoyed a fantastic outing on Sunday with an efficient performance. The creative hub of the side, operating centrally, he interlinked with Hamouma greatly, capping off his evening with Sainte's thunderous opener.
The Sainte winger endured a positive evening out on the flanks, and was part of a fluid attacking trident of Hamouma and Corgnet. His dribbling and trickery was a good asset for his side.
The Brazilian striker was typically unassuming up front, but didn't really make the most of the chances afforded to him. Nevertheless, highly useful in holding up the ball and teeing up his team-mates.
Surprisingly was nowhere near his cool and calm best for PSG. Fumbled twice this evening, one of which led directly to a goal. A real disappointment.
G. van der Wiel
Didn't reach the heights of Wednesday, but the Dutch full-back had a task on his hand to stem the rampant Ghoulam and Corgnet on the far side, and fared decently.
Maxwell continued his run of form with a competent performance at left-back. Advanced well to support Lavezzi, and marked Mollo out, but was on and off mostly.
The young Brazil defender endured a highly difficult evening with a well below-par defensive performance. Struggled at the back with the power and intensity.
The more assured of the centre-backs, but still average, Alex produced a mixed performance at the back with a couple of decent interceptions and tackles to keep PSG in the game. Struggled against the pace of the Sainte attack.
The dynamic midfielder returned to his former club with a strong showing, culminating with the injury time goal to rescue his side. Stoic throughout.
Verratti's passing ranges continued to benefit the champions, but the Italian's indiscipline threatened to curtail his evening once more.
Motta was rather sloppy in possession in midfield, but improved considerably as the game progressed. Operated as a centre-back for much of the second half, and did well.
Lavezzi's rather inconsistent performances continue to mystify, in what was another off night for the Argentine. Marked well on the wing, he only managed to spark on few occasions.
Threatened intermittently for much of the first half, before poking home to reduce the deficit. A rejuvenated Cavani then began to really test the hosts, and was involved in the second goal.
No four goals here for Ibrahimovic, not even one, as the Swede suffered from profligacy in front of goal. Like Brandao, highly useful for his side, dropping deeper to involve himself.