Cocu: PSV will do well against AC Milan
The two sides played out a 1-1 draw at the Philips Stadion last Tuesday, so the Dutch side must win or tie with a higher score to qualify for the Group Stage of the competition.
“Playing at home is different to being away,” he told the press. “We played a good game in Eindhoven and are confident we can also do well tomorrow in Milan’s stadium.
“It is a wonderful moment for me as well as the team, as being able to measure yourself up against a side like Milan is great.
“This brings tension, but it is a positive tension, a sensation you need in football. My job is also to help my players to experience and use this pressure.
“We are prepared for anything. I don’t know how Milan will approach the game, whether they will defend or attack. In such an important match with so much at stake, anything could happen.
“Milan have the luxury of being able to choose between great players. We have to step on to the field knowing we must control these players.
“Did we see Milan’s defeat to Verona? Yes, we watched it.”