”We want the people of Madrid to feel what it is like to come to Paris,” Daily Mail quoted a supporter to have said.
”We invite everyone to come to the stadium early with their jersey and scarf and to put on a great choreography and to boost our players.”
In a video posted by PSG, players can be seen discussing the fixture with the ultras in depth before sharing high-fives and handshakes in a show of unity.
Real Madrid will play the Parisians at their home on March 6, 2018 in the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie. Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored a brace, and Marcelo ensured Adrien Rabiot’s opener was cancelled as they grabbed a vital 3-1 win.