The 26-year-old was at fault for PSG's opening goal, as his half clearance fell to the ambitious Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who fired home with his first touch. Unconvincing when dealing with corner deliveries.
A constant outlet throughout, as his energy and pace allowed for him to really test Maxwell, who didn't get to grips with his marker whatsoever.
Unfortunate to see his first half header blocked on the line by Marco Verratti. The Senegalese had a fairly solid game, though he allowed for Menez to deliver the vital ball for Ibrahimovic's winner.
His first goal in a Nantes shirt gave the hosts some late hope, as he finished like a frontman, jinking inside and firing into the far corner beyond Douchez.
Had a steady game at centre-half, as Ibrahimovic didn't cause too many problems, other than his two goals. Handled himself aerially, but won't want to face up against the Swede again.
The Frenchman was brought into the side to add some more steel to the midfield, and helped to force PSG wide, as Les Parisiens had little luck down the centre.
The 25-year-old tried to press the world-class midfield of PSG throughout, but his efforts were mostly in vain. Won a couple of free kicks, to allow his side to push upfield.
Caused a few problems for PSG, driving through midfield and drawing some free-kicks in dangerous areas.
His energy and physicality allowed for Nantes to stay in the midfield battle, but he didn't do much to alter the flow of the game, in terms of playing the ball.
His physical presence caused Thiago Silva some problems, as the Brazilian couldn't outmuscle his man. Didn't threaten, but acted as a good focal point. Could have had a first half penalty.
Caused Maxwell problems down the right flank, as his skill and pace allowed for him to drive at players. His crossing was irregular, and his shooting was wayward.
A shaky game from the PSG number two goalkeeper, as he failed to command his area from set pieces and looked rather uncomfortable whenever the ball was pumped into the box.
Was an aerial presence in both his own half and in the opposition box. Caught out for pace a few times, but was generally solid.
The combined pace of Gakpe and Cissokho caused the Brazilian left-back plenty of problems, and although he didn't allow too many crosses, he was dragged around all game.
Struggled against the physical presence of Djordjevic, but made two important clearances in the later stages as Nantes pressed forward.
G. van der Wiel
Made several important interventions at the back post, hooking away some dangerous deliveries from the right hand side.
Delivered some useful balls from the right flank, although he wasn't given too many opportunities to use his burning pace.
Powerful and energetic performance from the Frenchman, who won plenty of second balls, and drove PSG on.
Kept possession well, but failed to create in advanced areas, making him a deserving victim of substitution.
A composed performance from the midfielder, as he kept play moving throughout. Lucky to leave the field without a yellow card, after his playacting and a couple of nasty challenges.
His first goal was wondrous, as he dipped a first time volley over the embarrassed Riou, before notching his second with a smart header in the 90th minute, finding space in between the two Nantes central defenders.
A quiet game for the Uruguayan, who spurned an excellent chance to put PSG two goals to the good. Didn't have much luck in advanced areas whatsoever, in a performance to forget.
The youngster handled himself on the big stage, with his pace and desire allowing for Nantes to continue their pressing into the final moments of the game.
Changed the game after coming on, showing a good passing range and delivering useful balls to the likes of Gakpe and Djordjevic.