Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has sounded a warning to his players that the quarter final tie with Paris Saint Germain is “wide open” despite 2-2 away draw.
The England outfit scored two crucial goals at the Parc de Princes in their quarter final clash with PSG, through Kevin De Bruyne and Fernandinho.
However, Pellegrini believes although his side are considered favorites to advance to the semi finals after the favorable first leg result, PSG are still in with a chance of making the last four of the Champions League.
“The quarter-final continues to be open, we must now play 90 minutes in Manchester but this is a good result for us,” Pellegrini is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.
“We made a couple of important mistakes for the first goal and the second goal was offside. In the first half, if we want to win, we cannot make those kind of mistakes.
“But we are trying to win the game from the first minute, it is the way we play.”