Had a relatively calm night in goal and went about his duties well.
Continued his fine form against Marseille with another well taken goal, assisted by Ibrahimovic. Was a dominating figure on the left.
Took a nasty blow from Imbula's wayward shot, but that didn't mar a decent game from the veteran centre-back.
Surprisingly had little to do against a Marseille side that rarely threatened his goal. When he was called upon, the captain performed well.
G. van der Wiel
Another full-back who utilised the space afforded to him well, and punished the opposition for it. However, he wasted a chance in the second half.
Was in and out of play, and was a little riled up by Valbuena, who got him sent off in the first game, and booked tonight. Offensively, Motta contributed well.
It's been a good week for Matuidi. After his contract extension, he was a strong performer in tonight's Classique, breaking up the opposition's play all over the pitch.
The star of the night. Lit up Parc des Princes with arguably what would've been goal of the season after running past seven OM players. Dazzled throughout.
An achievement not to get booked tonight, but Verratti also contributed to his side's victory well, clearing off a great chance from Payet late on.
Fared decently, but the Argentine scuffed an early chance to put his side ahead.
May not have scored tonight, but he maintained his pace at the top of the Ligue 1 assists chart with a lovely pass for Maxwell. Was involved constantly for his side.
Not convincing, more so in the goals that didn't count for PSG, than the ones that did. His head seems to have been turned at Marseille.
Had his work cut out this evening, and N'Koulou didn't come out of the game well, as his poor season continues.
The much-maligned left-back struggled against the firepower of PSG, and was also bamboozled by Lucas Moura on many occasions.
Fanni's only highlight was denying Lucas Moura the goal of the season, with his timed clearance keeping Marseille level. Though things would go downhill from there.
Despite one or two good interventions, the Brazilian defender was caught out of position many times, highlighted chiefly by compatriot Lucas' mazy run.
Despite the tactical mismatch, Romao did decently in attempting to break up PSG from the middle with four offensive players ahead of him. Overworked to an extent.
Thauvin, the much-lauded youngster, was another who failed to deliver in the big game. Has the quality, but just couldn't unlock a solid PSG defence.
Was Marseille's chief creative player, but even the France international struggled.
Didn't show his red hot form in this game, having netted 12 goals in the last 13 games. Was reckless with the few chances that came his way. Highly disappointing.
Ayew had a couple of chances, popping up around the PSG box, though decision making would see him falter more often than not.
One of the better offensive players for OM, as Payet saw his best chance come off the upright in the second half. However, showed only intermittent flashes of his ability.