A comfortable evening for the second choice goalkeeper,who had little to do.
Enjoyed a solid evening, combining his defensive and attacking duties well. Linked superbly with Lucas Moura on occasions but tailed off in the second half.
The Brazilian youngster ended his first season in France well, with a good performance to shut out Montpellier and earn his side a clean sheet.
May have played his final game for PSG this evening, but if he has, it was with a strong performance. Marshalled the backline superbly.
Called up for the World Cup this week, and it is no surprise why. Fared well on the left, and provided a constant attacking threat.
Motta dazzled in midfield, providing the lofted through balls that worked superbly and was the main hub of creativity in the side.
The Brazil winger scored a fine goal and put Montpellier to the sword with some neat movement. The away defence barely could handle him.
Has been much-maligned this season, but has been on form in the last few weeks. He reflected that today with a strong offensive showing.
Capped off a productive evening and a breakthrough season with PSG's final goal of the season. Was efficient on the ball for the most part.
Was a superb threat throughout, utilising the space and showing good movement on the ball. Struck a fine goal inside three minutes to set PSG on their way.
Captained the side and it wasn't long before the Swede returned to scoring ways. Picked up a fine ball from Motta and chipped over the goalkeeper to cap off another record-breaking season.
Struggled , and flapped at almost every aerial ball. Couldn't keep PSG from hitting four.
Endured Digne's pace and movement on the left, and couldn't stem the unrelenting tide of les Parisiens' attackers.
Like Congre, was caught by the pace and width that PSG posed. Failed to silence Lucas Moura and Javier Pastore in particular.
Had one or two key moments offensively, but was hamstrung by poor positioning and susceptibility to pace.
Against his former side, Tiene was unable to make an impact in this game.
The young midfielder struggled with the intensity and efficiency of the PSG midfield, at times caught chasing the ball. Improved as the game wore on, nonetheless.
Only briefly shone, but he was put to the sword by a PSG side who were unrelenting in their pressure and tempo. Another who will quit the club this season.
Playing his last game for Montpellier, Cabella was the only player for his team who shone. Drove his side forward and created much of his side's chances.
Handed a start by Rolland Courbis, but couldn't deliver. Lacked a killer touch in the final third.
Endured a very poor first half, where Saihi was often caught out of position. Replaced by Anthony Mounier.
His stay in Ligue 1 comes to an end with an average performance. Had a couple of chances to test Sirigu, but his finishing cost him dearly tonight.