While Leca could not be faulted much for the first two, his positioning and decision to rush out for the third goal was a gift. Disappointing from the second choice goalkeeper.
The much-maligned defender struggled with the pace and ferocity of the Parisien attacks but grew accustomed to the tempo of the game, and was one of the better defenders from his side.
Modesto unnecessarily conceded free kicks and was defensively suspect at the back. Easily beaten to loose balls and fared poorly with the aerial challenges.
Another who was easily overrun by a superior PSG forward line. Harek struggled to hold off the likes of Ibrahimovic, and was also booked.
Not a threat going forward on the wing, Diakite failed to assert himself in his position, nor could he limit the flow that was coming the other way.
Tasked with driving Bastia forward, the Cote d'Ivoire international could only do so with limited success though much of that was down to his team-mates.
Didn't create the space, nor the time to work efficiently in midfield, as he was effectively marked against. Created a few chances for his side, that was spurned.
Didn't really have much influence in the match, struggling to make progress along the flanks, but did improve in the second half.
Wasteful with the few chances that came his way, Boudebouz spurned some of the best chances that Bastia were afforded. Disappointing.
Cahuzac endured a frustrating afternoon, as he failed to contribute significantly to his side's cause. Sloppy with his passing, and showed poor movement and communication with his team-mates.
Cisse was largely isolated, and failed to make a decent impression. Unable to work Salvatore Sirigu, he was effectively marked out by Alex. He did have his moments nonetheless.
Enjoyed a rather quiet afternoon in goal, and was rarely tested by a limited Bastia attack.
Alex picked up a clumsy booking for a foul on Yannick Cahuzac. Other than one or two hairy moments, the centre-back was very solid at the back showing the discipline in Thiago Silva's absence.
G. van der Wiel
Credit to Van der Wiel for maintaining his composure and performance level with Jallet out for so long. But he was in and out of the game, with perhaps fatigue catching up with him.
In the side after Thiago Silva was rested, he was a little jittery at the back, being drawn out of position. Not as disciplined as you'd expect, but solid nonetheless.
Not as dominating as he was against Olympique de Marseile last week, but the left-back was in good form, supplementing the attack well and defending brilliantly.
His quality of passing played a big part in PSG's victory over Bastia, continuously bamboozling his opponents and keeping the ball well.
Moura was again a key performer for the champions this afternoon after a strong game from the wings. His running and trickery caused a host of problems for Bastia.
Motta was in solid form in the middle of the park, dictating play towards the attackers and breaking up the opposition. Had it not been for his infringement early into the second half, Alex might have had a goal.
Preferred to Blaise Matuidi, the young midfielder fared well in replacing the France international. Nevertheless, was struggling in the finishing department.
Lavezzi's really coming into his own at this stage of the season with two goals, on the back of two assists by Ibrahimovic. Man of the match performance.
His previous game against Bastia made global headlines, but the Swede was in fine form once again, with a sixth minute goal followed by a superb double assist for Lavezzi.