February 14, 2018

Neymar and PSG Aim to Depose Mighty Real in Champions League

Title-holders Real Madrid faces Neymar's Paris Saint-Germain in a blockbuster Champions League conflict on Wednesday with the French club expecting to delete the excruciating memory of their crumple last time they came to Spain.

Moved by the wealth of their Qatari proprietors, PSG dream of emulating Real's example and getting to be lords of Europe, a year after their mortifying way out in the last 16 on account of Barcelona.

On that event, having won 4-0 in the main leg, PSG fallen in the arrival at the Camp Nou, going down 6-1.

"This is a shot for us to continue developing as a club by playing against the dominant champions and the group that has won the most titles. We need to get to that level," said PSG's Spanish mentor Unai Emery in front of Wednesday's last 16, first leg at the 81,000-situate Santiago Bernabeu, which commences at 1945 GMT.

Emery said his side - will's identity sponsored by 4,000 fans in the Spanish capital - had gained from that annihilation a year prior and are "better arranged at this point".

The weight on him is colossal, with PSG's proprietors far-fetched to look sympathetic on a moment back to back exit at this phase of the Champions League given the degree of their venture toward the beginning of this season.

The brains of Barcelona's dazzling rebound that night, Neymar, is presently a PSG player, having taken a toll the French club a world-record expense of 222 million euros ($264 million). They likewise dedicated 180 million euros to take 19-year-old striker Kylian Mbappe from Monaco.

"It is difficult to win an opposition like this. We have to experience a considerable measure of things in transit, however each season, and consistently that passes by, we are working and getting nearer to our target," said PSG's Brazilian protector Marquinhos.