Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola ahs said his side must take their chances against PSG if they’re to clinch a place in the Champions League final.
City goes into the clash 2-1 up after the away leg of their semi final with Paris Saint-Germain, and now welcome the Parisians on Tuesday.
Guardiola, who has not won the trophy since he was manager of Barcelona, admits they have a golden chance to reach the showpiece event of club football.
“We don’t want to miss this opportunity, by not being ourselves and doing a good game, I have the feeling we are going to do well,” Guardiola told his news conference.
Asked about the players controlling their emotions, he added: “They have to understand that this will be a big battle, a tough game with moments to suffer, but I’m pretty sure we are going to react well and impose ourselves.
“They have to visualise they can do it. What we have to do is no different to what they’ve done in last seven months, go out there, play our game and win.
“We are not going to demand anything special. We’ve had tough, tough games in the Premier League – the same level as PSG.”