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Barcelona-Paris Saint-Germain second leg can't be missed - Brazil coach Tite

Shaka Hislop makes the argument that a departure from the Champions League could help Barcelona's La Liga title chances.

Brazil coach Tite has confirmed he will be in attendance when Barcelona host Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou for the second leg of their Champions League round-of-16 clash next week.

The Selecao Brasileira tactician was at Parc des Princes to witness Unai Emery's men thrash the Catalans 4-0, and he admitted that the Ligue 1 giants' superiority in Paris made it difficult to judge Barca's Brazilian contingent.

"I will attend the second leg between Barcelona and PSG," Tite told O Jogo. "I do not want to only get a partial look at all the players after PSG's heavy win.

"[PSG] were at home in the first leg, in a strongly favourable atmosphere. Sometimes you can be less than inspired [talking about Barcelona] and just bad -- this is the human side of football.

"I want to be able to base my decisions on the other match, at Camp Nou. There will be a whole different atmosphere, powerful, and with the reaction of outraged Barca players."

In addition to not getting a good look at Barcelona's Brazilians, PSG captain Thiago Silva was also absent through injury at Parc des Princes but is now fit again and back in action.

Two of the French champions' other Brazil stars, Marquinhos and Lucas, both played and scored in Les Parisiens' 5-1 thumping of bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille in Le Classique at Stade Velodrome last Sunday.

Jonathan Johnson covers PSG and the French national team for ESPN FC. Twitter: @Jon_LeGossip.

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