Adam White analyses Les Parisiens’ easy victory over Brittany side Rennes last night, in which the league leaders triumphed 3-0.
NAVAS, 5 – One very smart stop late on from a Da Silva header but Guriassy’s weak effort was straight at him when clean through and wasn’t tested otherwise.
KURZAWA, 5 – Solid enough overall, although was unsettled by the pace of Doku and Gboho on occasion.
MARQUINHOS, 6 – Far from under pressure but his defending was authoritative and serene throughout.
DIALLO, 6 – Aided by Marquinhos alongside him, but posted one of his more assured PSG displays.
BAKKER, 4 – Little effect on the game which was virtually won by the time he was introduced for the injured Kehrer after 36 minutes.
PARADES, 5 – A simple evening for him overall with Rennes’ midfield offering little resistance.
HERRERA, 6 – Neat and tidy in midfield throughout, and produced an intelligent through ball for Di Maria and 2-0.
RAFINHA, 6 – Lively and a useful Lieutenant for Di Maria.
FLORENZI, 5 – Solid enough in a more unusual forward role (at PSG) before his half time subbing.
KEAN, 6 – A handful once again but not quite as useful as he was against Leipzig, despite scoring here, he did well to give PSG the lead with a slightly miss-hit shot.
DI MARIA, 7 – Ran the game without having to really hit top gear at all, scored the second with his favourite scooped finish and added the third via a deflection. Outrageous long range effort that hit the post. Close to 8.
Others: Kehrer – 5, Dagba – 4, Danilo – 5, Gueye – 5.
GOMIS, 4 – Partly at fault for the opener with a nervy pass to Lea-Siliki and will have been disappointed to see Di Maria’s long range deflected effort skid past him for 3-0 but did make one flying second half save from Rafinha.
TRAORÉ, 5 – A solid enough individual display, playing with a bullishness his colleagues lacked. Close to 6.
DA SILVA, 5 – Dealt with Kean relatively well with some physical defending while he carries little blame for any of PSG’s goals. Not far from 6 either.
AGUERD, 4 – Impressive this season but was shaky on the ball and is starting to look a little fatigued having been prominent on both domestic and European fronts.
TRUFFERT, 3 – Lost the ball and stopped as Rennes conceded the third. A promising young player but a little outclassed here.
NZONZI, 3 – A weak midfield display, failed to impose himself on the game when his team needed his leadership. Somehow missed the target with a point blank first half free header.
LEA-SILIKI, 3 – Clumsily lost possession for the opener, even if he was sold short by Gomis, and was party to an ineffective midfield performance alongside Nzonzi.
BOURIGEAUD, 5 – A little more gumption than his midfield partners and produced a handful of typically dangerous, whipped deliveries.
GBOHO, 5 – His pace and direct wing play caused a few issues but meaningful openings were rare.
DOKU, 5 – Skillful, progressed the play on occasion and offered balance but lacked genuine threat.
GUIRASSY, 3 – Admittedly isolated and lacking in much service at all but became something of a passenger for long stretches. Wasted his one real sight of goal.
Others: Grenier – 4, Terrier – 5, Hunou – 5, Del Castillo – 5.