Zoumana Camara was on the bench as PSG knocked Chelsea out of the Champions League on away goals.
At the age of 35, the former Inter Milan and Saint Etienne centre-back is still in with a chance to remarkably end his career as a Champions League winner.
He is perhaps best known in England for a brief spell with Leeds United back in 2003/04. He was signed on loan by Peter Reid, and made 13 appearances, scoring once against Middlesbrough.
Camara has been at PSG since 2007, where he has played more than 200 times. Just eight of these have come this season, most recently starting at the weekend in a 4-1 win over his former club Lens.
Capped once by France back in 2001, it is perhaps a little surprising that he is still seen as a trusty option by PSG coach Laurent Blanc with all the funds at their disposal, who was one injury away from having to turn to him against the Blues at Stamford Bridge.
GFNFrance reported just last month that the defender is being lined up for a contract extension, with his current deal set to expire this June,