Made a couple of impressive stops to keep Paris at bay early on, but could have done better on both goals in the first half.
Given a torrid time on the right by Menez, his failure to track the winger led directly to the visitors' double blow before the interval.
Lost track of Zlatan and was punished when the striker prodded home to set his side on the way to victory.
Struggled to keep track of the mercurial Zlatan as the striker moved with ease across the field.
Worked hard in the middle and never afraid to get stuck in, but had no answer to PSG's flawless passing game.
The youngster acquitted himself well out wide, making a number of key tackles and rarely getting caught out.
One of the main reasons Dinamo were able to keep the scoreline respectable, strong showing in defence from the veteran stopper.
Probably Dinamo's best attacking outlet throughout the game, the midfielder tried valiantly to get his team into the match but had little space or time to operate.
Struggled to track Pastore when the playmaker dropped deep, taken off in the final minute for Halilovic.
Enjoyed one of Zagreb's few shots on target, forced to play from too deep to really make an impact.
Always lively and looked to stretch the away defence, but needed more support and looked isolated at times.
Barely troubled in a straightforward away victory, but coped well with Dinamo's aerial threat and put in a solid display.
Was not called into action too regularly, but was always present to stop Dinamo in their tracks.
His quick thinking from the back was the inspiration behind the break that ended in a decisive second strike. Always looking to get forward.
Taken off for Sissoko with half an hour to play, was diligent in both his defensive work and distribution.
Gave the Dinamo defence a torrid time with his surges from deep, combing with Menez to give PSG a decisive attacking advantage.
Given few problems by a Dinamo attack that lacked coherence, doing his job with calm and assurance before being taken off in the second half.
An integral link in the middle of the field feeding PSG's dynamic front-three. Barely missed a pass all game.
The visitors dominated possession and passing throughout the 90 minutes, and the young Italian was one of the key reasons as he put in a mature performance in Zagreb.
Assisted Zlatan's strike and added his own name onto the scoresheet in the first half, a brilliant showing from the pacey winger.
Showed a cool head to make the most of PSG's counter and play through Menez to add the second.
Would have been disappointed to see several golden opportunities go awry, but made up for it with an instinctive touch that set PSG on the way to victory.