Former Parisians ready for Paris-Dortmund!

Several ex-players have set the tone for Tuesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg.

The Parisians have a 1-0 first-leg deficit to turn around to reach the club's second UEFA Champions League final after that of 2019/20.

And the fact history can be written at the Parc des Princes is a major factor, says Javier Pastore: "I'm sure it'll be a great game with the fans behind the team. There is a tremendous opportunity to earn a place in the Club's history by reaching the final in an extraordinary atmosphere. Let's enjoy it and make us dream."

Juan Pablo Sorin, who will be the guest on Kick Off on Tuesday evening, believes the team has what it takes to get a result: "This PSG is a great team with character and personality. The collective and spiritual strength that radiates from the coach, the players and the fans is a real asset. As players and fans, we all have to pursue our dream of playing in another final with conviction."

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup runner-up in 1997, Didier Domi is looking forward to the game at the Parc des Princes: "I have real confidence that they can do it, because the team's attitude since the start of the season has been irreproachable. They also have an air of great humility and ambition thanks to Luis Enrique. I'm looking forward to it, because the atmosphere will be white-hot."

Christophe Jallet emphasised the strength of the squad, who have what it takes to turn things round: "I really believe they can do it. Why? Because Paris is magical, of course. We all know what. There's just one small step to reach the final, but I'm sure we will do it. The squad is fully focussed. Allez Paris!" 

Parisian legend Raí believes the atmosphere inside the Parc des Princes can change everything: "Of course I'll be at the Parc to push our defenders, our midfielders and our forwards. I want to see the Parc on fire. Good luck to all!" 

And Pedro Miguel Pauleta will be behind his favourite club as ever: "I really believe they can do it, because PSG is a special club and above all because now they have a united squad with a lot of quality. Allez Paris!"