Pep shares all of the latest team news ahead of our next UEFA Champions League fixture
“We are teenagers in this competition,” said Pep. “That’s how I feel. We push ourselves. Will not be happy if we don’t go through. We want it
“The best way is to feel this kind of pressure. You have to dream, to point as high as possible.
“At same time, accept there are other teams thinking the same. We cannot deny how strong they are,
“We want to compete. We have to have the desire to compete and face them.”
The boss says his players must be on high alert for the second leg against Schalke to ensure progression to the last eight of the competition.
The Blues lead 3-2 from the first leg in Gelsenkirchen, but the Catalan believes anything is still possible and his player must be on guard against Schalke.
“I prefer this score than the one at Anfield when we were 3-0 down!” he smiled.
“It’s 90 minutes hard work ahead and we still we have a job to do. We must make incredible efforts in epic salutations to go through.
“In the first leg, we had Nico sent off, one goal in first few minutes… anything can happen in this competition. These kinds of situations take a lot of influence to control.
“We played many minutes 2-1 down. Then, Leroy Sane makes an incredible action to win that game.