PSG have "wiped the slate clean" and are ready to "start over", according to French publication Téléfoot, after the disastrous result in the Champions League against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu, where they slumped to a 3-1 defeat having led 1-0.
PSG believe they'll beat Real Madrid
According to Téléfoot, the entire squad of the expensively assembled French side have closed ranks after the debacle at the Bernabéu, with every player singing from the same hymn sheet as they aim to comeback against the current European Cup holders. And the PSG squad truly believe that if they fight together as a unit they can turn the tie around in Paris on 6 March.
PSG pact to avoid embarrassment
The 'Pacte du Camp des Loges' (Camp des Loges agreement, with the Camp des Loges being the PSG training ground), as Téléfoot is calling it, is an initiative of the heavyweights in the PSG dressing room, above all Motta, Alves and Marquinhos and is based on 'unity' and 'solidarity', with the French side convinced and determined they won't suffer another humiliating exit from European football's premier competition, having blown a 4-0 first leg advantage last year against Barcelona, crashing out as they conceded three goals in the last seven minutes to lose 6-1 to Barça at the Camp Nou.