Paris Saint-Germain forward Lucas Moura has insisted the French champions will go on the attack to try and beat Chelsea in their Champions League clash in London on Wednesday, saying the Ligue 1 side will aim to score an away goal to settle the tie.
Laurent Blanc’s men lead their last-16 tie with the Blues 2-1 thanks to Edinson Cavani’s second-half goal in the first leg in Paris last month, which gives PSG an advantage going into the second leg at Stamford Bridge in two days time.
Chelsea do have an away goal in their favour, but Moura has vowed that PSG will look to score an away goal themselves on Wednesday in a bid to knock the Blues out of the Champions League for the second consecutive season.
“We will not even think about playing for the draw,” he said.
“We must attack. We know the importance of an away goal – and if we get one it will be easier.
“If we play like we did at home, then we will go through and qual
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