Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has urged his players to impose themselves on opponents to prevail in the Champions League.City are chasing the quadruple this season and their European campaign resumes tonight as they face Schalke in the first leg of their last-16 tie at the Veltins Arena.
Guardiola said: “We have many dreams in our head. It’s important to score goals – the minimum one goal – but you can’t go through if you are not yourself if you don’t do your best performance.
“If you want to dream, go through to the last stages, every single second you have to be incredible – impose your game, to be ourselves. That is what I want to feel.”
Schalke have struggled to push on this season after their finishing second in the Bundesliga last term and are currently toiling in 14th.But Guardiola is aware the German outfit still pose a threat, adding: “I think the quality is there.