Zidane says Real wary of tough clash against PSG
Real Madrid know they face a stiff challenge when they line up against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday (March 6) in the French capital.
PSG need to win at least 2-0 in order to make it through to the quarter finals of the Champions League.
The side is without star striker, Brazilian Neymar, who is recovering from surgery on his foot and ankle.
Real captain Sergio Ramos said Neymar’s absence on the pitch doesn’t necessarily mean an easier task.
Real Madrid coach, former international player Zinedine Zidane said his side needs play good football for 90 minutes. He added that in any case one of the two teams will be disappointed in the end.
Zidane, who was born in Marseille, the home of PSG’s bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille, is expecting a cold reception.