Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has stated that belief is ’90 percent’ of his side’s hopes of defeating Barcelona in the Champions League.
The Red Devils trail 1-0 from last week’s first leg in Manchester but will take heart from their comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the Round of 16.
“I think it (belief) will be 90 percent of the game,” Dalot told United’s official club website.
“As long as we keep belief in ourselves in the game, I think we should do the rest, play the game and be ready for 90 minutes and injury time.
“We then just need to focus on ourselves and believe until the end.
“We’ve proved to everyone that no one at this club gives up and we still have the Paris night in our minds.
“We need to keep that in our minds just in terms of belief and fighting for the result. It’s different games and different teams but we need to keep that in mind to motivate and to be ready.”