Karim Benzema believes Real Madrid need another special night at Santiago Bernabeu to beat Manchester City 4-3 to reach the Champions League final.
Pep Guardiola's side won 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday in the 11th minute to advance to the first leg of their semi-final.
Benzema's double - in the 82nd minute, his Panenka was the only one to match the degree of difficulty from the 33rd round finish - finally helping to limit Real Madrid's damage.
The 34-year-old has asked his club fans to help him reach the final in Paris in May.
"For the fans, there are only 90 minutes left in the Bernabeu," Benzema told Movistar +. "I left here holding my head to play a good game. The fans are also proud.
"We have to keep our heads steady and see what needs to be done to improve, with a little bit of everything, especially at the beginning of the game."
Benzema became only the fifth player in Real history to score more than 40 goals in a single season against top-flight clubs, beating Cristiano Ronaldo and Cristiano Ronaldo. Farin Puska He became only the fifth player after Alfredo de Stefano and Hugo Sanchez.
City beat Madrid, who missed center-half Casimiro in midfield, but Tony Cross's defensive weakness was key to City's three goals.
Just like at the knockout stages this season. In a non-drama game, Carlo Ancelotti's team finds a way to survive with a logical result.
"Losing is never good, but we are excited for the Champions League and most importantly we will never give up," said Benzema. "Now we have to go to Bernabeu and to win something we need fans who have never been there before.
"We entered a game of disbelief and it happened with a rival like Manchester City. In this game a little bit of everything is lost."