Nice 0-2 PSG: Individual Grades of the Paris Saint-Germain players

Kylian Mbappe, Sergio Ramos, Danilo, PSG
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Nuno Mendes
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Nice vs PSG - Grades: Defenders

3 - Hakimi: Awful on offense, mediocre on defense. He didn't accomplish that much if anything at all through the whole game. He did some stuff on offense mostly in the first half, but that was that.

6 - Sergio Ramos: Great game by the veteran, trying to convince PSG that they need him for the future so he can get a saucy extension that fills his pockets for at least one more season. He scored a meaningless goal but he was solid on defense (he wasn't forced to run and sprint back, which helped) and kept the team collected and composed.

5 - Danilo: His usual self. Good as always without putting on any flashy showcase, even though he had to play on the left side of a three-man defensive line. Hit the opposing post, then his own, but none of them ended inside the goal. Can't miss a pass, even though he never attempts risky ones.

5 - Marquinhos: Right-side man on the three-player defensive line. Good enough, average, nothing remarkable. He was comfortable in that role and position, and saved PSG at times. Some errors when under pressure limit his grade, though.

6 - Nuno Mendes: The more active of the defensive players in Paris' side, although it's fair to say you'd never consider him a "defensive" player considering how he plays. Ran around like a madman, assisted Lionel Messi's goal, and seemingly left the stadium injured or at least a little bit banged up according to Galtier.

NR - Bitshiabu: Didn't play that much so he doesn't get rated. One clearance, two possessions lost, five-of-seven passes completed. Sheesh.