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Ancelotti urges PSG to raise their game

Paris Saint-Germain face Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League on Tuesday, with coach Carlo Ancelotti keen to get their campaign back on track after defeat to Porto.

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Ancelotti saw his side fall to a 1-0 defeat in Portugal after having won their opening Champions League game at home to Dinamo Kiev 4-1.

And he urged his big-money stars to raise their game for the challenge in Zagreb, saying: "It's an important game.

"We want to get to the next round of the Champions League, but I do not know what we can do in this competition. I trust, and I hope, we can go far.

"To win a match in the Champions League takes strength and concentration."

An injury to Brazilian winger Nene means Javier Pastore will play behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jeremy Menez, and Ancelotti said: "I hope that Pastore will have a big game, show confidence and demonstrate his capabilities."

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