PSG winger Lucas Moura wants to finish off Chelsea job
One of Brazil's hopefuls for the upcoming World Cup, Lucas Moura, has been handed the chance of more regular fooball at his club side PSG following a hamstring injury to talismanic striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic and insists that the return leg of their Champions League quarter final with Chelsea is one that they can win after tallying up a 3-1 first leg advantage.
Moura, 21, had been a peripheral figure for the French team since the turn of the year but can now count on more game time at the Parisian club and told L'Equipe: "We have a great advantage. We will be very focused."
"It will be hard but we can do it. We have a responsibility to finish the job."
With Edinson Cavani expected to fill Ibrahimovic's more central role, Moura will assume duties out wide and will see it as an opportunity to cement a place in Luiz Felipe Scolari's World Cup 23-man squad.