Strasbourg 1-1 PSG: Individual Grades of the Paris Saint-Germain players

Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Leo Messi, PSG
Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Leo Messi, PSG / Jean Catuffe/GettyImages
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Lionel Messi, Juan Bernat, PSG / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/GettyImages

Strasbourg vs. PSG - Grades: Defenders

5 - Sergio Ramos: Never put under true duress, Ramos enjoyed a nice evening away from Paris although he could have done more in the second half to prevent Strasbourg from tying the game.

5 - Danilo: Very mediocre perforamce, average at best, but it's not that he could have done more mostly because Strasbourg attempted a bunch of long-range shots but nothing really close to the small box. That said, he coudln't clear the ball that Gameiro ended up putting inside the Parisian goal.

2 - Bitshiabu: Godawful. PSG reportedly have offers on the table from across Europe with clubs seemingly interested in acquiring Bitshiabu (for some reason). They better hurry up and sell this kid before it's too late and they have to release him for free. Always out of place, making the wrong decisions, and unsettled. There was a time when he was "young and unexperienced," but sadly for him that period is over and Bitshiabu is one or seven tiers below what PSG's standards demand.

5 - Bernat: Nothing good, nothing bad... which I guess makes up for a good Juan Bernat game? Whether or not Lucas Hernandez arrives in Paris next summer, his chances will be limited as they've always been once Nuno Mendes is back fit and available to play. Unspiring, at least Bernat didn't commit glaring errors.

5 - Zaire-Emery: Got spared a bit as Strasbourg decided to attack PSG's left side instead of WZE's right. That, though, doesn't automatically gives him any gaudy grade by default, but rather a barely "pass." Not a bad outing overall, it must be said.