Paris St Germain's Edinson Cavani, Hatem Ben Arfa, Marquinhos and Kylian Mbappe during training. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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Paris Saint-Germain remain optimistic that they can record what would be the biggest victory since the Qatari takeover of the club, even with Neymar out injured, when they face Real Madrid Tuesday. A late collapse saw PSG lose 3-1 in Madrid last month in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie. Since Qatar Sports Investments bought the club in 2011, PSG have suffered regular disappointment on the biggest stage, with four successive defeats in the quarterfinals of the Champions League before the humiliation in Barcelona in the last 16 a year ago.A failure to turn the tie around Tuesday would mean PSG being eliminated by one of Spain's big two for the fourth time in six seasons.The Argentine has been PSG's form player with 13 goals in 14 starts in 2018, although he has played just 67 minutes in the Champions League this season.
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