The keeper was let down by his team-mates as they allowed PSG too many chances to find the net. His positioning was poor as he was beaten four times but there was one top save from Lavezzi in the first half.
An ineffective performance as he was unable to deal with the movement of the PSG forwards. He could not read the play and never seemed to be in the right position when needed most.
B. Dja Djédjé
The full-back was completely incapable of coping with Maxwell's forays forwards. The Brazilian had the run of the left flank and Dja Dje Dje offered close to zero resistance.
The powerful centre-back was completely dominated by Ibrahimovic throughout the entire match. They may have had more numbers, but they lacked the quality to contain one of the world's best players.
His side were completely overrun in midfield and the Ghanain stuggled to keep the pace. He showed resilience by doing his best to charge forwards and relieve the pressure on his team-mates.
Did attempt to get forward but his dribbling was never convincing. He was utterly bested by the combination of Pastore and Jallet on the right flank but his tirelessness is commendable.
The extra man at the heart of the defence was unable to combat the PSG strike-force. He was disorganised and seemed scared by Ibrahimovic, in or out of possession.
A disappointing performance from the winger as his delivery let his team-mates down on a number of occasions. He wasted too many chances to get the ball in the box.
One of few players who actually attempted to test Sirigu. He put in a couple of shots that flew wide but he provided a cool head in midfield for the visitors.
A far cry from his Lyon days, Govou was almost a non-entity at the Parc des Princes. Barely used as an outlet for his team he had no input in attack and refused to help out defensively.
Was offered no service in the first half and even had little to chance down. With chances at a premium for his side he did not even get a chance to send a single shot at Sirigu.