Had practically nothing to do in the first half until his team succumbed to a quick Lille break. He was beaten from the spot by Kalou after the restart and never inspired confidence thereafter with a number of shaky moments.
He stuck tight to Roux and helped ensure the striker remained quiet, but he did make a few too many rash challenges in unnecessary areas. He was vulnerable on the counterattack.
The left back began brightly but was ultimately at fault in the two Lille goals. He got sucked in and left Kalou in space to assist their first before a clumsy challenge after the break gifted the visitors a penalty.
The Brazilian had a couple of chances to score in the first half, one of which was an absolute sitter that he sent over the bar. Defensively, though, he was solid for the entirety of the game.
G. van der Wiel
Pushed forward consistently down the right wing and offered a great level of supply for the strikers. His deliveries from the right were more often than not of a high standard but he left his team short on the counterattack.
Was extremely effective in midfield as he stayed deep and helped sweep up whenever his side lost possession. He passed the ball well and helped ensure his team retained the ball for long spells.
The Brazilian has pace but too often he fell short when it came to the end product and Van der Wiel was a greater source of danger on the right.
Oozed confidence and class in midfield as he put in an extremely composed performance. He was perhaps a bit too casual on the stroke of halftime as he was dispossessed and Lille scored on the break.
A typically tireless performance from the France international. He was extremely dynamic in the first half but faded into a peripheral figure after the break and struggled to exert the same influence.
Should have scored during the first half but he sent his shot straight at Enyeama, and the keeper was first to the follow-up. He made some impressive runs in the channels but lacked conviction in front of goal.
Was at the heart of everything positive for PSG, dropping deep and picking out some excellent passes while also getting into dangerous areas when the ball was out wide. His deflected free kick opened the scoring.
He was at times unorthodox, but the Nigerian proved himself a decent shot-stopper when he thwarted Lavezzi. He flapped at a few crosses but produced another fine save from Verratti after the break.
The Montenegrin was formidable in the air, winning a number of aerial battles on the night. However, his impressive performance was marred by an own goal in the second half that brought PSG level.
The right back was often left exposed and struggled to cope at times. He still ventured forward whenever he could and it was one such run that won his side the penalty that Kalou converted.
The left back did not receive much cover from his teammates and therefore found it difficult to deal with the combination of Lucas and Van der Wiel at times. He improved after the break and began to shore things up.
Had to sweep up behind when PSG broke through but this was only because he continually sat too deep. He left too much space down the channels, which the hosts regularly exploited.
Failed to offer enough protection in the wide areas but did his best to close the ball quickly in midfield. He made a few good challenges but did not offer much creativity from the middle.
The midfielder was perhaps lucky to remain on the pitch after pushing Ibrahimovic in the face right in front of the referee. He was only booked, though, and moments later scored Lille's first of the night. He was combative throughout.
Was guilty of being sucked in field a lot during the first half, which left the full backs exposed. Nevertheless, he was very industrious in midfield, putting in a number of strong challenges and getting back to defend.
Struggled to influence the game from the top of a midfield diamond as Lille found possession hard to come by. His main positive contribution was the pass in behind Digne which led to the left back conceding a penalty.
Did not see an awful lot of the ball but when he did he used to it to good effect. He made a number of bright runs and had a hand in his side's first before slotting home coolly from the spot after the break.
The striker had a poor game as he struggled to hold up the play in order to relieve the pressure on his team. His first touch was consistently poor and he never got into a position from which to test Sirigu.