With six changes from the victorious team in Turkey this week (2-0), Thomas Tuchel probably knew that automatisms would be difficult to find. From 4-3-3 to 4-4-2 in the second period after the injury of Moise Kean, PSG was able to take the measure of a Nantes team (3-0) pleasant to see evolve.
Navas: 7. Captain for the first time in an official match, the Parisian goalkeeper first observed the Nantes miss, alone, two big chances (16th, 36th). His talent shows itself once again when he pushes back Bamba’s penalty (70th).
Dagba: 4. Put in difficulty by Simon before the exit of this one (26th), the right side did not influence the meeting. He concedes an avoidable penalty by throwing himself at the feet of Coco (69th).
Danilo: 4.5. He imposes his size on offensive set pieces (12th) but the training midfielder suffered defensively, in particular taken by the dribble of Kolo Muani (36th). Replaced by Kehrer (66th).
Diallo: 5. First difficult period for the left-handed defender, overtaken by Kolo Muani (16th) and author of a poorly controlled pass full axis (36th). More serene after the break.
Bakker: 4.5. The Dutchman enjoyed less offensive freedom than against Dijon last week. More timid, he was forced to defend most of the time by stepping back.
Herrera: 6. Guilty of a slip that brings a huge opportunity in Nantes (36th), the Basque catches up in the second period with a goal full of technique with the left foot (47th). The second since his arrival at PSG in 2019.
Gueye: 5.5. Positioned as a sentinel, the Senegalese was the best Parisian player of the first half, the more difficult of the two. Rather interesting in this role, the one for which he was recruited in 2019. Replaced by Marquinhos (66th).
Rafinha: 5. Its technical touch is good to see but its influence remains limited for the time being. More offensive after the break, the Brazilian must still get closer to his Barcelona level. A distant strike above the frame (44th).
Sarabia: 6. Very active early in the game, the Spanish winger found the outside of the post (12th) after a header from Danilo. He tried to create the game from his right side, without succeeding in making the collective shine. Rewarded for his efforts by a nice dive at the end of the match (88th).
Kean: 3.5. After two XXL performances, the Italian paid the bad first period of his team. Too lonely, he left the field at half-time, hit in the calf. The young Ruiz-Atil (5.5) made up for him and led the opening of the scoring. As well as the rhythm “made in” camp des Loges for this Parisian titi.
Mbappé: 6.5. First left winger, the fastest player in Europe (according to UEFA stats) suffered from a lack of realism (26th, 42nd). Replaced as an attacker in the second period, he gave Herrera a goal and sought a severe penalty for Nantes, which he calmly transformed (65th). Hit in the right thigh, Mbappé is replaced by Fadiga (74th).
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