The keeper did not have an awful lot to do on the night, but he will have to thank his crossbar for helping him hold on to a clean sheet. He was confident when coming off his line to claim the ball.
The left-back had an unspectacular evening. He did not offer enough support to the forwards, and with Cavani drifting inside this left PSG short of width on his flank.
An effective performance in the heart of the defence as he dealt with everything that was thrown at him. Alongside Thiago Silva they rarely looked stretched by Lacazette up front on his own.
Only allowed himself to be beaten once by the quick movement of Lacazette before he went on to hit the bar, but other than that the Brazilian was solid. He swept home his side's third of the night from a corner.
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He was always keen to probe on the right but his passing let him down at times. His link-up play with Lucas was practically non-existent, though he still kept a close watch on Bedimo.
Was extremely composed in midfield but rarely played the ball forwards. He was given a rest by Blanc, though, as he made way for Matuidi at half-time.
The Argentine was very mobile in midfield and he did plenty of running in order to help link up with the forwards. However, his attempts to run in behind the opposing defence were poor and he never really looked threatening.
The young Italian really showed his class as he provided an extremely cool head under pressure in midfield. He displayed his wide array of passing, supplying the forwards with a number of quality, piercing passes.
Found it difficult to influence the game in open play during the first half, but his delivery from set pieces proved impressive. Two of his corners led to goals, and in the latter stages of the game he went on some impressive runs.
The Uruguayan looked up for the game from the off but his early acrobatic effort never looked like beating Vercoutre. He showed good movement to break the deadlock with a near-post header and he continued to get in dangerous areas.
Dropped deep to try to get involved in the game but looked more dangerous when making runs in behind the defence. He forced a good save from Vercoutre in the first half before going on to net twice from the spot, one of which was chipped brilliantly.
The keeper made a great save to deny Ibrahimovic in the first half but he should not have allowed Cavani's header in at his near post from the resultant corner. He then brought the Uruguayan down for the penalty before the break.
The centre-back proved himself adept at reading the play as he made a few crucial interceptions and challenges in the first half. His composure soon went after the break though, as Lyon were completely overrun.
Provided a decent aerial presence in the area as he won his fair share of headers in the box. He helped provide cover when Bedimo bombed forwards but his late challenge on Ibrahimovic resulted in the game's second penalty.
The Cameroonian was very adventurous on the left flank and his pace drew a number of fouls from PSG. Unfortunately his team were unable to capitalise from those set plays and he then left them exposed all too often.
The Portuguese's delivery from the right was consistently poor, despite his insistence on attacking down that wing. He was slow to react to the play and allowed Cavani far too much freedom in the wide areas.
Left far too much space in the channels and was frequently slow to react to the movement of the opponents. He could not cope with the runs of Ibrahimovic and Cavani as they got in behind all too often.
Provided a measured head in the middle when Lyon had possession, but as the game went on that became less and less. He allowed Cavani to pull away from him at a corner and head in the opening goal of the game.
The midfielder's passing was not of the highest quality as he was often found wanting for accuracy. He should have pushed on to help support the forwards but he was far too reserved.
Looked bright early on as he dropped into pockets of space between the PSG midfield and defence. He struggled to create many chances and after the hosts took the lead his influence rapidly diminished.
Had a poor game in behind Lacazette. He saw very little of the ball and was unable to create anything of worth for the striker, or any of his other team-mates. He ended up resorting to shots from distance too frequently.
Hit the bar after a brilliant run into the box in the first half and it proved to be one of Lyon's best of the games. His movement was intelligent but he did not receive enough supply in order to really make a telling impact.