Gianluigi Donnarumma: 5
A match where he will almost never have been challenged. Beaten on the head of Vitinha, he is saved by his bar (23rd). For the rest, it never shook since Marseille did not put a shot on target.
In short: Technically unemployed.
Ashraf Hakimi: 8,5
Is it really the same player? While he arrived from Inter Milan with the reference label for the right side/piston position, Achraf Hakimi seemed to be chomping at the bit in recent months in Paris. All this is forgotten. What a festival! Already brilliant against Dortmund (2-0), he had a dream evening where everything worked out for him. His cannon shot from a free kick started a crazy match where his interior positioning offered him multiple situations. It is again his shot on the post which brings the second Parisian goal from Kolo Muani (37th). On a free kick, he almost scored twice (54th). His understanding with Ousmane Dembélé clearly tilted the game to the right. Normal with such confidence.
Replaced by Nordi Mukiele (83rd).
He too has found some great color in recent weeks. His magnificent intervention against Vitinha (12th) launched a faultless score where his long game, although rare, was precious. Royal moreover since the Marseille attackers never saw the light of day.
In short: Business as usual.
Milan Skriniar: 6
We felt he was very involved in the first minutes, with the idea of restarting as quickly as possible. It was behind his back that Vitinha took off towards the first action (12th) but for the rest, he had everything under control. A sign that he is still learning to discover his partners, a small communication error with Donnarumma without consequences (70th).
In short: He is taking up more and more space in this team.
Lucas Hernandez: 6
He held his left lane perfectly despite a few raids from Jonathan Clauss. In the tone of the duel, he was above all a real facilitator of the restart with his left foot. In this defensive animation, it is essential.
In short: Nuno Mendes has been warned, this Hernandez will be very difficult to dislodge.
Replaced by Danilo Pereira (69th)
Warren Zaire-Emery: 6
As against Dortmund, “WZE” did not give its part to the dog in the engagement. Runs, shots and personality. He tried his best to fill the holes, to play with the transmission belt while trying his luck, without success. A match for old hands experienced in this kind of jousting.
In short: To think that he is only 17 years old…
Manuel Ugarte: 7
As is often the case, he started off with a bang to make OM understand that nothing would be simple. His sense of counter-pressing is impressive (4th, 42nd) and, faced with the imprecision of the Marseille midfielders, he enjoyed it. With the ball, he simplified everything, only making choices in the direction of the game. And for those who thought he didn’t have such a precise foot, we recommend his exceptional diagonal in the execution towards Bradley Barcola (80th).
In short: What a find!
Ousmane Dembélé: 6.5
Inevitably, we see him a little less than Hakimi, absolutely insane. But, little by little, Dembélé is becoming more and more important in Parisian entertainment. His duo with the Moroccan makes the Parisian attack even more unpredictable. As a direct consequence, Renan Lodi spent his match falling back against the pair. He is rewarded with a perfect assist, his first with PSG, for Gonçalo Ramos.
In short: Hook, hook and assist.
Replaced by Fabian Ruiz (69th).
Randal Colonel : 7.5
His swaying body language sometimes gives the impression of a lack of control, but the Frenchman is gradually getting his bearings. After a very discreet start to the match, he was able to take the bull by the horns to show himself with dangerous vertical runs and effective tricks. If some slag remains (22nd), he has finally freed himself from a burden by opening his counter with PSG by following Hakimi’s strike (37th). His end to the match was sublime (74th, 77th, 79th), like his furious run followed by a perfect assist for Ramos (89th).
In short: The end of the match shows an irresistible rise in power.
Kylian Mbappé: not rated
He probably had to expect a lot from this offensive animation, with an ultra-free central role. But the Frenchman’s match ended in the 8th minute, after obtaining the decisive free kick from Hakimi. It was on this action that his left ankle crashed into the Park pitch, forcing him to play on one foot. After half an hour he decided to stop the charges.
Replaced in the 31st by:
Gonçalo Ramos: 7
A complicated match to note. Used as an axial fixation point, it was rarely touched as the Parisians feasted on the sides. But, like a real newbie, he knew how to capitalize on the two chances he had. First by putting his head when necessary to convert a cross from Dembélé (47th). Then by converting a Kolo Muani caviar with great finesse (89th).
In short: The match of a pure goalscorer, without us knowing much more about him.
Bradley Barcola : 7,5
It was a strong choice from Luis Enrique and he returned it well. Aligned as a left winger, the former Lyonnais delivered a match full of personality and desire. Deliberately very eccentric, he often found himself one on one against Jonathan Clauss and put him through a little ordeal. Swinging dribbles, oriented control which leads to the second goal and a lot of defensive activity are to his credit. He received applause from his coach upon his exit.
In short: He scored big points for the future.
I replaced Carlos Soler (82e)
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