Made a great reflex save in the first half. Solid throughout.
Two great assists were just rewards for a great attacking display. Linked superbly with his teammates.
Lost his step once or twice in the first half, but recovered not long after to finish strongly.
G. van der Wiel
Good attacking and defensive support, though he was a little indecisive.
Rarely troubled, and handled himself well.
Dictated the pace of the game, though he was quick to defer to Verratti when needed.
His passing from deep was a sight to behold, and he orchestrated countless attacks.
One of his better games in a PSG shirt, as he danced around the opposition, causing havoc wherever he went.
His pace and movement really tore apart the defence. The only blot was his lack of end product.
Seemed to be one of those games for him again, before he bent in a clinical finish from the edge of the box to make it 4-0.
Stole the show on his return, scoring with three efficient finishes and casting his large shadow over almost every attack.
A comical own goal set the standard for a dreadful outing for him.
One good tackle on Pastore aside, he was simply torn apart.
The best of a terrible bunch at the back as he had his share of key defensive plays.
K. Théophile Catherine
After a positive start to the contest, he son became unable to cope with the waves of pressure from the opposition. Indecisive marking became a hallmark of his second half.
Bested countless times on the flanks as he could not keep tabs on the runners.
He at least tried to break up play on occasion, and he managed a few successful tackles.
Conceded the midfield on the night.
His end product was terrible as he gave the ball up numerous times.
To his credit, he did win a few individual duels, but he collapsed like his team in the second half, with a terrible giveaway leading directly to one of Ibrahimovic's goals.
R. van Wolfswinkel
Constantly on the fringes of the game and fluffed the one chance that came his way, not even getting a shot off.