Touted as one of the most reliable goalkeepers in Ligue 1 - that reputation went out of the window tonight with a shoddy performance. Epitomised by PSG's third, as he gifted Ibrahimovic a goal.
Only high point was his stunning strike which was tipped over by Sirigu, but other than that - Tacalfred was overrun by the domination imposed by the opposition.
Fofana struggled with the pace and power of the PSG forwards, and was hesitant for much of the game. Not convincing at all.
The left-back had a job on his hands, directly against Lucas Moura. Much of PSG's successes came down his wing, and he was disappointing.
Fared better than his defensive counterparts, but only marginally. Average at the back. but got up to threaten at the other end on occasions.
The combative Norwegian midfielder initially looked bright, but couldn't impose himself nor assert his authority. As disappointing as the rest of his side.
Disappointed in the middle, and failed to contend with the pressure set on him by Motta and Verratti. Lost a couple of balls, and caught out on more than a few occasions.
The match-winner last year, and scorer of the only goal the last time PSG last lost a match, tonight he failed to emulate those achievements. Poor and sloppy in midfield, and skied his penalty.
Was largely a spectator for the vast majority of the time he was on the pitch. Offered little.
Perhaps Reims' best player tonight. Even though he struggled in the finishing department, Ayite was everywhere - from creating chances on the wing, to tracking back and dispossessing the opposition. Impressive.
Didn't get himself into key positions, and was largely isolated up front. Didn't help that he was afforded little service.
Another top evening from the Italy international who was spectacular at the back. Faced with few efforts, he nonetheless pulled off a couple of top saves - most notably from Tacalfred.
The Brazil captain again excelled at the back with a demanding performance. Did his job well, as expected. A calm figure in defence.
Came into the side ahead of Maxwell, and the young left-back still has some work to do to match his senior. An encouraging, if unassuming game.
Had initially impressed this evening, being far more attacking and successful in the final third. Linked well with Ibrahimovic and Lucas Moura constantly, but tired considerably in the second half. Nowhere near as consistent.
Alex enjoyed another impressive performance at the back, though, truth be told, he was only faced with problems largely coming from set-pieces. Nevertheless, went about his duties well.
Motta fared superbly in the middle of the park, creating space for the forwards to run into, with another commanding performance.
Another to come into the side, Menez didn't let Blanc down despite the fact he was essentially kicked out of the game. Produced a well taken goal too and a clear sign that he was back to his previous best.
The U20 World Cup winner was handed another opportunity to shine, and managed OK. Movement is a key asset of his, getting into key positions and bamboozling the opposition.
Conceded a penalty, but that was the only blip in Verratti's game who was the creative hub for the champions this evening. Combined well with Rabiot.
Staked another claim to be handed a starting spot ahead of Lavezzi. A powerful performance, reflected by his blistering first goal. Threatening throughout.
Came into the game on the back of World Cup disappointment, but one thing didn't change - his appetite for goals. Gifted one in the end. Industrious, though unsuccessful throughout the majority of the game.