Did what he had to do between the posts, mopping up loose ends and denying Gignac from in close.
Commanding at the back for the home side, stopping everything that came his way in the area.
Never really had to attack much, and performed well on Valbuena, who looked to attack down his side.
Stout defence on the left flank allied to solid support for the front six.
Beaten once by Gignac for pace, and he was luck on that occasion to have the offside flag come to his rescue, Otherwise extremely solid and impenetrable.
Showed some lovely touches on the ball in advanced positions, but his threat was not as consistent as it could have been.
Very dynamic in the middle of the park, popping up everywhere to influence play. Whipped in a great cross to set up his side's second.
Quietly took care of loose ends in midfield in a solid and clean display.
Controlled the tempo of the game from the centre of the park, setting many attacks in motion with pinpoint passing accuracy, including the opening goal.
Some good off the ball movement all game, and sliced in the second and killer goal from a great cross.
Looked the most threatening of Monaco's attackers, and got his just reward with a hard worked goal to open the scoring, after coming close to finishing off a number of attacks.
Had he not been on his game, making a string of fine saves, Marseille could have been beaten by far more.
Got forward when he could, but it was to little avail as there was no organization in the visiting side's attack.
Put in a fair shift at the back, making a number of tackles and working hard to deny the opposition space.
Let Germain by him on a number of occasions and appeared nervy throughout.
Coughed up possession like a bad cold, and was beaten by Germain in the buildup to the opener.
Threatened to explode into life with some creative moments in the first half, but could not build in it and faded shortly afterwards.
Worked hard, but took a nasty knock from Kondogbia and was never the same afterwards.
The veteran looked lost for space, and was constantly on the fringes of the game.
Endeavored to create as always, but could not get it going against an organized opposition defence.
Forever chasing shadows and never in tune with the game. Second best in most of his duels.
Gave the centre backs a handful with his physical presence, and was the most likely candidate to score for the visitors. However, try as he might, he could not get that one golden chance.