Decent evening from the experienced goalkeeper, who was well beaten by Edinson Cavani's clinical finish. Not tested nearly as enough, but still a little jittery in goal.
Perhaps Valenciennes' most important player in a very good first half, the full-back's evening would be curtailed by injury.
Not a great evening from the tenacious midfielder, who more often than not rushed into tackles and was generally sloppy. Nevertheless, effective as a combative midfielder.
On the periphery at AS Monaco, the defender looks set to be a staple at the back this season. Calm, but hurried into action, his composure on the ball wasn't always the best.
The young defender excelled up against Ibrahimovic and Cavani with a few well-timed important challenges. His stock could rise high this season
Evening could've gone much better for the full-back who excelled in Valenciennes' bright spell in the first half. Couldn't maintain that level once PSG took the lead.
The Central African Republic midfielder enjoyed a rather productive evening, showing good movement and positional sense. Posed PSG a few problems with his ability to link play coolly.
The powerful midfielder excelled in the first half, though his performance dipped slightly. Dynamic going forward, linked well with Yamissi and Dossevi, creating constant chances.
The Israel international was a potent threat on the wing, with pace and trickery, giving the full-back a headache. Got into good positions, but lacked the ability when it mattered. Woeful in the final third.
Potentially the most influential of the Valenciennes players, but the one who couldn't exactly take his chances. Technically able, and getting the better of Jallet, Dossevi's profligacy ensured that they couldn't get at least a point.
The Valenciennes frontman failed to really assert himself, with much of the chances going to the two wide men. Instead, used essentially to hound defenders - in particular Marquinhos - down.
Once again, the Italy international had very little to do all evening. But when it mattered, he relied on Verratti and Valenciennes' inability to finish instead.
Recovered after an inconsistent start to become a threat on the left. Good deliveries aided his side, but defensively a little suspect still.
Jallet is now regarded as number two in his position at the club and performances like these won't really help his case. Not a huge threat offensively, he didn't take risks going forward, focusing instead to stay back.
The young defender is still learning, but nevertheless, was far from his best this evening. Struggled up against powerful opposition, but improved as the game progressed.
Enjoyed a decent 45 minutes before being forced off with injury. A worry for les Parisiens.
The dynamic France international was again a staple in midfield, connecting good passes, and initiating counterattacks for his side. Not his best, but still more than decent.
Three days ago, the Italian was hailed as the best player in PSG's 1-1 draw with Monaco, but performance tonight looked a little flat. Booked for a rash challenge. But nevertheless, saved his side with a goal line clearance.
Much has been made about Pastore's confidence and his inability to replicate training performances on the field of play. And tonight proved no different, with an unimaginative performance.
The Argentine was efficient on the wing, improving his positional play, and providing defence splitting passes - most notably for Lucas Digne. Struggling with fitness, but didn't look sharp at all.
Shrugged off a rather inconsistent first half to put PSG ahead - what ultimately proved to be the match-winner. Well-taken finish, but questions still linger over his relationship with Ibrahimovic.
The Sweden international provided the game-winning assist, but was not as big a threat going forward. Struggled against Valenciennes' closing-down tactics.