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

Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Leo Messi, PSG
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Strasbourg vs. PSG - Grades: Midfielders

5 - Verratti: Below the level he can offer but still reasonably good for what the game demanded (PSG led for the most part) and what his team needed (nothing after scoring 30 minutes into the game) and nearly securing the point they needed to clinch the title by the half-hour mark.

5 - Renato Sanches: Perhaps the best possible thing that can be said about Sanches' performance is that it became his first 90-minute game of the season. Yes, you read that right. Sanches was able to play a match wire-to-wire without getting injured or subbed off the pitch while making the starting XI. Here's hoping he can stay fit through the final game of the season and into the next one--assuming he stays in Paris this summer.

5 - Vitinha: Limited defensively by an early booking, his impact on the game went down a notch. The youngster tried to help the team going forward, though, and had some interesting actions but nothing that would ever make it to the highlight reel. One of those typical "down" games we've come to expect from Vitinha.

NR - Carlos Soler: Player fewer than 10 minutes off the pine after Galtier made the highly surprising decision of benching him and using Renato Sanches (another of the coach's favorites, though) instead. It's much better that way, maybe.