The striker remains confident and says his team can pick up a result in Wednesday’s second leg of their quarter-final match with Barcelona
PSG will travel to Camp Nou on Wednesday evening in need of an improbable result against Barcelona.
After drawing 2-2 in the first leg in Paris, the Ligue 1 leaders will require a win or to score at least two goals against the Spanish giants.
A defeat will see the French club go out of the competition.
“It will be difficult,” he told Globoesporte. “It is a great challenge, but it is our time to make history.”
The match kicks off on Wednesday, April 10 at 20:45CET with the French leaders hoping to end the Catalan side's European aspirations.