Aside from a couple of entirely routine long-range shots to save, the goalkeeper was untroubled all evening.
Produced a strong game in the heart of the PSG defence, showing excellent determination and not allowing any loose balls to break in Bordeaux’s favour.
PSG needed greater width to their play, and they would have got that had the left-back played further forward. Although he did not make any errors, it was too conservative a performance from the former Barcelona man.
Looked to push on regularly from his right-back slot, offering an extra outlet to the attacking players and creating space while he did so.
More like the Sakho of a year ago, he was a rock at the centre of the PSG defence. A thoroughly uncompromising performance from the young centre-back, who attacked every loose ball positively.
Looked like a player coming back from injury, as his passing was far slacker than his usual high standard. Did break up play cleverly, taking up good positions to intercept passes and destroy attacks but tired badly towards the end.
Deployed to provide energy in the midfield, where he broke up play time and again, which saw him earn a booking for his troubles. A tidy performance.
A shock starter for Carlo Ancelotti’s squad, the youth team product showed a cool head in the centre of the midfield and the 17-year-old transferred the potential he showed in pre-season into the competitive arena.
Offered moments of true genius for the hosts, but was erratic at times and needed to work harder to get into more effective positions. This was a match of unrealised potential for the playmaker.
The Brazilian continues to provide an inspiration for PSG, but the most surprising aspect of this performance was his work rate. Did his defensive chores well, while offering a good option down the left.
Back in the starting XI after missing last weekend’s draw against Ajaccio and straight back in the groove, proving to be PSG’s most dangerous player. The invention he showed around the penalty box was unparalleled, although this was an evening on which nothing came off for him.
Produced an excellent save in the first-half to deny Pastore, but the goalkeeper had a surprisingly quiet night otherwise. He remains unbeaten in 11 career games against PSG.
Has been used as a holding midfielder this season, but operated in the heart of the defence and played well despite operating out of position.
Got forward very well down the Bordeaux right, but the Brazilian’s final cross often left much to be desired, though he was given little to hit by his forward players. Was steady in defence.
Making his first start of the season to give Benoit Tremoulinas a break down the left, he was not nearly as adventurous as his colleague, but he was solid defensively.
Made his presence felt early on with a crunching challenge on Ibrahimovic, but he was too keen to be physical and gave away free kicks in dangerous areas. Was strong generally in open play, though.
Kept tight to Ibrahimovic and read the game well, showing the form that earned him a France call.
The key offensive player in the Bordeaux side, the Poland midfielder was unable to have much of a positive influence on the game during the first half. Dictated Bordeaux’s attacks after the break, with one excellent pass to Mariano unlocking the PSG defence.
A tenacious presence in the heart of the midfield, where he worked hard and took up some intelligent positions. Risked being caught in possession at times.
A largely ghostly presence in the Bordeaux side initially, he popped up on occasions to strike long-range shots that at least ensured that Salvatore Sirigu was awake. Was livelier after the break, making some dangerous surges forward.
The dynamic Brazilian made his first start of the season following injury problems and though he enjoyed moments of promise, there can be little doubt he was below his usual level.
Preferred to Yoan Gouffran in attack, the striker was dominated in the first half but provided an excellent platform for Bordeaux to launch attacks after the break. Received a big head knock in the first period.