"If they can score four goals against us, we can score six".
However, the former Barcelona captain insists he wants to return to the Nou Camp and follow in the footsteps of Pep Guardiola and Luis Enrique to coach the club one day. "I think all the pressure is on Barcelona". Only Barcelona come into it without an away goal. "We will have our chances against PSG".
"You can change tactical schemes for several reasons", Luis Enrique said.
"We're unpredictable at the moment, hard for any opponent", midfielder Gonzalo Castro said.
It was telling in his pre-match press conference on Tuesday that the manager spoke of coming close tonight, as if going out in style is the minimum requirement.
The five-time European champions scored 13 goals in the three matches since Luis Enrique made the switch to three defenders, four midfielders and three forwards.
Napoli will hope forward Dries Mertens doesn't wilt again on the biggest stage.
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He and Ryan Fitzpatrick never got in sync and his running mate, Eric Decker struggled with injuries and missed most of the season. Throw in a polished second-year slot weapon in Sterling Shepard and NY may boast the NFL's top pass-catching trifecta.
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"I don't have the feeling that we need the best game since I got here". In the past I'd have said no, but this season it seems something is wrong at Arsenal, especially after Saturday's utterly putrid performance in the 3-1 loss to Liverpool. "We have to try and continue from the first leg, attack and defend and win the individual battles", remarked the Basque boss.
But Barca dug deep and Neymar inspired them to score three goals in the space of seven minutes.
Dortmund will have to overturn their one-goal deficit without inspirational midfielder Marco Reus, who has been ruled out of Wednesday's match with a thigh injury. Its most recent triumph was a 6-2 thrashing of Bayer Leverkusen at the Westfalenstadion on the weekend, maintaining the German side's unbeaten record at home this season in all competitions.
BVB have numerous injury concerns entering the match, and, in all likelihood, the attack will be led by youngsters like Ousmane Dembele and Christian Pulisic, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the only veteran option on the pitch. The Gabon striker leads the Bundesliga scoring charts with 21 goals.