On Monday afternoon, Colombian midfielder Felipe Pardo and Olympiacos manager Takis Lemonis spoke to the media ahead of Tuesday night's group stage finale.
HUNTING FOR GOALS
PARDO: "It's very important, first of all, to play well and scoring two goals in our first match [of the group stage] was nice. I want to repeat that performance from the first game [against Sporting CP] and maybe score a goal tomorrow. The Champions League is an important competition and we want to finish strong."
LOOKING TO FINISH STRONG
PARDO: "Every Champions League match is important even if we do not have a chance of qualification. It is very important for us to earn three points in front of our fans against a great opponent."
NO LET OFF
LEMONIS: "Certainly we are in a bit of a special situation, but first of all there is the prestige of the game, secondly the points are important for our UEFA nation ranking...another point is we must always have the incentive to play well. Of course, I'm not troubled about incentives. In any case, it is important to be completely focused and play our best game tomorrow ".