Neymar and Mbappe has kept Pep Guardiola awake at night.
Manchester City faces PSG in the first-leg semi-final of the Champions League at Parc des Princes on Wednesday night.
Pep Guardiola hasn’t won a Champions League since 2011 and believes it would be a heavy task to stop PSG superstars Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
He said: “I believe that with the amount of quality that these players have, there are no defensive strategies to stop them.
“They are too good. I tried to sleep well last night – I slept well when I was not thinking of them. That is the reality.
“They are incredibly top top players, that is why they play in that team with the quality they have.
“We are going to try to stop them – and the way we are going to do that is to defend well altogether as a team and play good football as a team and try to score goals.
“Of course we have to adjust something a little bit when we play against those players.
“But at the same time we will have no sense (of fear). We fought too hard to arrive at this stage for just the second time in our history for these players not to be who we are.
“We will try to impose ourselves, to be who we have been in these five years together. I am sure we will try to be ourselves and get the result we need for the second leg.”