Pep Guardiola has warned Manchester City to players to expect a tough game against PSG on Tuesday and wants them to stay calm.
City hold a 2-1 lead after beating PSG at Parc des Princes last Tuesday following an impressive second half show.
Goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez ensured City’s victory at the away leg but Pep Guardiola expects a tough game in the second leg against last year’s finalist telling his players that “we will suffer”.
“Emotions means you can’t predict a game, but it can be completely different to what you expect,” Pep Guardiola said at his pre-match conference.
“You can’t plat 90 minutes like we played the second half. It’s not going to happen, it will be tough, we will suffer. I’m sure we will react well and impose. It comes from inside, visualise what we have to do.
“It’s not different from what we’ve done over the last eight months, we don’t demand anything special. It’s real tough, the Premier League is the same level as PSG, you always play difficult games in the Champions League too.
“To do what we’ve done this season, in the bad moments stay calm, take the ball, try to regain our momentum and try to win the game. How big will be our good moments will be the difference.
“After that belongs to the players, the desire to do something nice for us, to make a step forward, to individually say we will win the game.”