The goalkeeper was tested on a number of occasions from outside the penalty area, and responded magnificently with some top-drawer stops.
Always a danger on the right flank, surging forward and causing problems for Brest. Played an important role in the opener.
A quiet evening for the central defender, dealt well with any threat to the PSG area and did not put a foot out of place.
Played in his first game of the season to earn a Ligue 1 winners' medal, and enjoyed a straightforward stint down the flank.
Along with the rest of the PSG backline, had precious little to do as Brest rarely broke into the area. Kept things tight and never looked troubled.
Only the midfielder will know how he somehow stretched to volley home Beckham's cross and put his side 2-0 ahead. Impressive finish.
Sporting a rather fetching blue, white and red beard, the Argentine was the most advanced of PSG's midfield and constantly caused problems with his incursions into the Brest defence.
Had drifted out to the right in the build-up to the opening goal, and his simple pass was more than effective as Zlatan did the rest. A solid match.
In his last game in front of the PSG faithful, was content to sit back and fire some excellent long passes across the field. His corner set up the second. Departed the pitch in tears as players and fans alike stood to applaud him.
A relatively quiet game from the France international, he went close in the second half with a diving header that just failed to sneak in.
If this was always Beckham's day, the Swede went pretty close to stealing the show. Scored two magnificent first-half goals to prove his class and break his own league scoring record with 29.
Endured a nightmare first half, watching three goals fly past him. Zlatan's pair were unstoppable, but the keeper was caught out badly for Matuid's finish from the corner.
Completely outmatched by the dazzling attacking talent in blue, saw himself overrun at the back and was later withdrawn.
Had no answer in the middle for the hosts' fluent, direct play through the area, but never stopped harrying to try to get his team back into the game.
Did not fare well against the surging runs of Jallet as the full-back marched forward. Was badly exposed for the opening goal.
Was almost humiliated in the opening moments when Zlatan ghosted past him on the way to his first goal. Struggled throughout with the Swede.
Combined well on a couple of opportunities with Chafni and Ba, but his contribution was too sporadic to inspire a comeback.
Was one of Brest's most dangerous players during the first half, going close with two fantastically hit long-range efforts.
Moved well with the ball at his feet out wide, but was starved of regular possession and was a spectator for long periods.
Out of all the Brest defence, he coped best with PSG's incessant incursions. Helped to keep Gameiro relatively muted out on the left.
One of the brightest players for Brest, broke with pace and precision and also made a handful of interceptions.
Forced the best save of the evening out of Sirigu, a stinging effort that was tipped wide by the keeper. Faded out afterwards.