PSG 2-3 Clermont: Individual Grades of the Paris Saint-Germain players

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PSG hosted the lowest-budget in the league, Clermont, at the Parc des Princes for the final Ligue 1 game of the season and they could do nothing to spot the mid-tier side surrendering a two-goal lead to end up losers of a 2-3 game in the season finale.

Although Paris Saint-Germain had already clinched their 11th Ligue 1 title a week ago when they draw a game against Strasbourg (1-1) on the road, this loss was embarrasing and shaped a final standings table in which PSG (85 points) only won the league by one point over second-place Lens (84 points).

Truth be told, it was a good summary of what PSG has been doing through the second half of a season to forget. They started strong, and slowly but surely faded away to the point of conceding three goals in a span of just 40 minutes after taking a 2-0 lead not even halfway through the first half.

Here are the grades from our Parisian men after they ended their Ligue 1 campaign and the season as a whole on a negative now with a 2-3 loss against tiny side Clermont at the Parc des Princes.

PSG vs. Clermont - Grades: Goalkeepers

4 - Donnarumma: I don't think you can say he could have done much more to help his team, but this wasn't the best game by the goalie by a mile. The first goal can be blamed on Verratti but he mishandled the situation by going for the wrong pass, and he wasn't really tested after that with all dangerous shots ending up inside the goal.

NR - Letellier: Conceded three fewer goals than Gigio while playing 10 minutes. Sublime!