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PSG Player Ratings vs Rennes: Hakimi Shines

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PSG Player Ratings vs Rennes: Hakimi Shines

Paris Saint-Germain secured a 3-1 victory over Rennes in Ligue 1, with Achraf Hakimi standing out to cover for Kylian Mbappe’s quiet performance. Find out how PSG’s players performed in this match with our player ratings.

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) bounced back from their recent Champions League disappointment with a convincing 3-1 win against Rennes in Ligue 1. Vitinha, Achraf Hakimi, and substitute Randal Kolo Muani were among the goal-scorers for PSG, bringing them within two points of league leaders Monaco.

Despite Kylian Mbappe having a somewhat lackluster night, PSG’s overall quality was enough to secure the victory. Hakimi, Vitinha, and Ousmane Dembele displayed lively performances, although Rennes did cause some problems with their quick movements and runs.

Rennes managed to capitalize on PSG’s shaky defense, scoring a goal through Amine Gouiri. However, PSG’s depth and skill ultimately prevailed.

Goalkeeper and Defense:

  • Gianluigi Donnarumma (7/10): Dominated his penalty area and made several saves to keep Rennes at bay.
  • Achraf Hakimi (8/10): Scored a goal, although it had a hint of controversy as the ball touched his arm. He made excellent runs and was dangerous on the ball.
  • Milan Skriniar (5/10): Was slow to close down and allowed Blas to cross for Rennes’ goal.
  • Marquinhos (6/10): Struggled to keep up with Rennes’ speed in the final third but was solid on the ball.
  • Lucas Hernandez (6/10): Had some heavy touches and was defensively weak, allowing Assignon to get a shot on goal.


  • Warren Zaire-Emery (7/10): Provided a beautiful diagonal ball into the box for Hakimi’s second goal.
  • Manuel Ugarte (6/10): Demonstrated good ball control and accurate passing.
  • Vitinha (8/10): Opened the scoring with a superb curling effort and drove PSG’s attacks forward.


  • Ousmane Dembele (7/10): Actively involved in PSG’s attacks, forming a good partnership with Hakimi.
  • Goncalo Ramos (4/10): Struggled with some sloppy touches and couldn’t pose a significant threat.
  • Kylian Mbappe (6/10): Had a subdued performance and kept things simple instead of using his explosiveness to threaten the opponent.

Substitutes and Manager:

  • Randal Kolo Muani (7/10): An immediate improvement over Ramos, scoring a goal shortly after coming on.
  • Fabian Ruiz (6/10): Had limited impact on the game during his 15-minute appearance.
  • Bradley Barcola (5/10): Missed a chance to seal the game when facing the goalkeeper one-on-one.
  • Carlos Soler (N/A): A late substitution for Vitinha.

Luis Enrique (7/10): Managed a team that dominated for the most part, with players like Hakimi, Vitinha, and Dembele looking sharp. However, some defensive issues need to be addressed.

Despite Kylian Mbappe’s off-night, PSG’s overall quality shone through, allowing them to secure a crucial win in Ligue 1.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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