Had a difficult evening, conceding a penalty after his clumsy foul on Lucas Moura - even if it was outside the box. Was not at his best tonight.
Bisevac fared well in the second half, providing a couple of superb interceptions to keep his side in the game for long periods.
Not as energising as he was in last week's league fixture at Stade de Gerland. It was Dabo who lost Lucas Moura's run that resulted into the penalty.
Drifted in and out of position, but efficient when called upon. Struggled at times with Edinson Cavani's movement at times.
Mvuemba was one of the better midfielders for OL tonight. Took a while to get going, but was a key figure in the midfield at the height of Lyon's resurgence. Combative and sturdy as Lyon hit back.
The Lyon captain struggled in the middle of the park, and couldn't link the defence and the attack with efficiency for large periods of the game. Defensively, nonetheless, saw better success.
The young defender was an exuberant presence in the final, and despite having his work cut out, managed a solid evening. Better times will come for the young prospect.
The remaining survivor from OL's 2001 victory, but Malbranque was at times lethargic, and out of it through the middle. Replaced by Nabil Fekir.
The big striker started brightly, testing Nicholas Douchez twice, before finding it difficult to maintain his performance levels. Did much better to track back, aiding his side's limp defence from time to time.
Recovered from a sluggish start to bag his 21st goal of an impeccable season from distance. Was his side's main threat in the second half, and unlucky not to have got more.
The stand-in cup goalkeeper might've been beaten by Lacazette, but he made important saves when it counted.
Solid, if unassuming performance from Christophe Jallet, who did his job well. Untested for large periods however.
A level below his usual best, as the PSG captain lost the run of Lacazette that led to Lyon's goal, and suffered from miscommunication.
Strong showing from Maxwell, who perhaps should've had a goal after an energising start. Was a threat on the flank throughout.
A strong, commanding performance from the Brazilian defender. Imposing figure at the back, and cleared the danger at every opportunity.
Recovered from his customary booking, but had a major contribution to the main events. His lofted ball over the defence caused havoc for PSG, and led to the goals.
Fared well in midfield, and created a couple of chances for his side. A threat from set-pieces, notably.
Decent showing from the dynamic midfielder, whose driving runs through the midfield caused problems for the opposition.
Won the penalty that led to the goal that won the cup for Paris Saint-Germain, but on the whole, it was a solid performance from the Brazilian, whose pace caused problems.
Lavezzi was largely in and out, and made minor contributions to the PSG attack. Replaced by Javier Pastore.
Cavani recovered from strong criticism in recent weeks, but it was a cup-winning performance from the Uruguayan who picked up two goals in a fine performance at the Stade de France.