Real are in Paris tonight to defend a 3-1 aggregate lead for the second-leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie.
"The first leg was less controlled despite a good start and chances. But at the Park, it's hard to overthrow a team like Paris. We did it against Barça last season at home. There is a good chance of qualifying if everyone is together.
"The absence of Neymar? I really hope they will fight for him. You have to show that a collective is stronger than one player. It would be nice to win for him too. He deserves it with all he has done since he arrived."