Troyes 1-3 PSG: Individual Grades of the Paris Saint-Germain players

Kylian Mbappe, Juan Bernat, PSG
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Marco Verratti
Marco Verratti, PSG / Jean Catuffe/GettyImages

Troyes vs. PSG - Grades: Midfielders

7 - Vitinha: Good-not-great game by Vitinha. Don't get that wrong, though, because he was fantastic overall and considering what he has accustomed to watch from him on a weekly basis. Hit the scoreboard, which put the cherry on top of his day.

6 - Verratti: Without forcing anything or really putting on a monster effort, the Italy international was extraordinary and the version we expect to see from him every single game. Assisted Vitinha and was eventually replaced with 10 minutes to go.

7 - Ruiz: Participated in the action leading up to the first goal of PSG while adding a goal himself in the final stages of the game, putting Troyes to rest. The type of game you don't often get to witness by Ruiz.

NR - Soler: Barely played 10 minutes so he doesn't get a grade. Good for him, believe me.

NR - Gharbi: Not even five minutes on the field. Keep trying!

NR - Renato Sanches: Back after recovering from his nth injury this season, he could only play a little over 10 minutes. Not enough to do anything remarkable, unless you consider being able to play 10+ minutes is remarkable for him (sadly, these days, it is).