Made a couple of good reaction saves from Ibrahimovic in the first half of the match before ultimately being beaten by a fine Pastore shot. His misjudgement from a through pass should have led to Lavezzi scoring.
B. Dja Djédjé
Busied himself impressively down the Evian right flank and showed the kind of form that interested Lyon last summer. Was most notable on his attacking forays as he sent in a dangerous shot in the first half that was well saved. Booked for a nasty challenge on Lavezzi.
Struggled to pick up Ibrahimovic both from open play and from set pieces initially, although he did improve in this aspect of his play. Did superbly to deny Lavezzi a goal after the PSG attacker had rounded the goalkeeper.
Worked hard down the wing but failed to produce even one moment of note before being withdrawn with less than an hour played.
A difficult night in the heart of the defence for the Montpellier native, who struggled to cope with the pace and movement of the PSG forwards. Did not have the capacity to make up for his physical deficiencies by reading the game well.
Ligue 1’s oldest outfield player continues to be a key player for his side. Provided imagination on the left of the midfield and was a useful outlet for his side. Was not involved regularly enough and was withdrawn towards the end.
Stationed in front of the back four and asked to perform a shielding job. Did this reasonably well and made some firm challenges in his customary physical style.
The Dane played a reasonably solid game as Evian’s left-back as he did not let PSG behind him easily. Going forward he will be aware he is capable of offering more. A free kick high over the bar on half-time summed up his attacking efforts.
Had the difficult task of trying to match Matuidi’s energy in the midfield and did not help himself when he picked up a first-half booking. Was outplayed by his opposite number but gave an excellent account of himself.
Showed a couple of nice touches early on and threatened to link well with Khelifa but the powerful striker was ultimately easily contained by the home defence. Set up Khelifa for a good second-half chance.
Not called into any meaningful action over the course of the first hour and was seemingly heading towards his most comfortable clean sheet of the season. Did well to push away a Wass free kick with 25 minutes left and then stood firm impressively in the latter stages of the match.
Pushed forward regularly down the right but got little change from the Evian defence until a clever pass inside set up Pastore’s opening goal. Looked comfortable in the main when asked to defend.
Put his missed penalty at this venue in the Coupe de France behind him with a dominant performance in the heart of the PSG defence. Read the game exceptionally and won countless balls simply due to interceptions.
Delivered a number of dangerous crosses into the Evian box, picking out Ibrahimovic impressively, in particular. Booked on the stroke of half-time for dissent. Was never seriously worried defensively.
A thoroughly comfortable evening for the Brazilian defender, who was back in the fold after being left out for Mamadou Sakho a week ago. Did well late on when called into serious action.
A typically dynamic performance from PSG’s energetic midfielder, who was both will to carry the ball forward to supplement the attack and also to track back to work hard in defence.
Kept the ball moving nicely in the centre of the field and was less prone to dwell in possession in a manner that has frustrated Ancelotti at times this season. Nearly scrambled a goal in the second period but hit the bar instead. Picked up his customary booking with less than 30 minutes played. Showed his naivety to earn a second yellow late in the game.
Stationed on the right of the midfield, the Argentine was very much in view in the early stages of the match and was rewarded with a goal early in the second half. The former Palermo star showed some lovely touches around the box, the highlight of which was a backheel to Ibrahimovic. His best game in a long while.
The great enigma of PSG’s side struggled to get involved positively in this encounter and spent much of the opening period working fruitlessly off Ibrahimovic. It was the ex-Roma man’s vision to play a fine pass to Jallet that was key to the opening goal, though.
Worked industriously on the left of the midfield and was alive to many attacking possibilities. Spread the play well on occasion but was wasteful when he got in behind Dja Djedje in the first half as he hit his effort wide. Missed after going round the goalkeeper in the second half and was withdrawn shortly afterwards.
Another to miss in the penalty shootout during his last visit to the Parc des Sports, the Swede was in the mood to make amends. Showcased a variety of flicks and tricks around the box as he created several chances for his team-mates. Failed to find the net with a good handful of chances himself, though.