Ronaldo, at 33 exactly seven years Neymar´s senior, stands on 99 Champions League goals for Real.
Cavani said: 'We lost an incredible match but that played a part in the journey of the club.
He may be beginning his decline, but there is life in him yet, especially in the Champions League, a competition he has won four times before. This new found confidence clubbed with the fact that Madrid tends to bring their "A' game against big clubs is a lethal combination, something the French team should be wary of when they meet Los Blancos in the first leg at Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday".
Forget their patchy form this season, Real Madrid are a team transformed once the Champions League anthem plays.
"My relationship with Real Madrid ended".
Ronaldo has not been in good form in the domestic matches until he bagged a hat-trick against Real Sociedad at the weekend.
If the French team can not produce a more convincing turnout on Wednesday, they will have little hope of a result, even against an uncharacteristically poor Real Madrid.
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They will be coming into the game high on confidence having recently dismantled Chaves 4-0 in the league. People with a football brain judge him right. "You have to cause them problems, problems and problems".
Le 10 Sport says Ronaldo has made a decision to leave Real at the end of this campaign and instructed agent Jorge Mendes to find him a club in London.
"Last season against Barcelona we probably had the best and worst games of the season", PSG defender Marquinhos said.
Madrid's ailing La Liga title defence and the presence of stars such as Neymar and Kylian Mbappe at PSG has led to suggestions the forthcoming showdown could see a passing of the torch from the reigning European champions to the Parisian pretenders to that throne. The Ligue 1 leaders have emerged as a powerful side after signing Neymar in a record €222 million release clause from Barcelona last summer. But I think that the team is ready.
"Bale is worth as much as Neymar, €222m", Barnett said. In moments like that, in those circumstances, you can learn a lot. "This is not the case and the top players turn up for the big games - Real's players will give everything here, the same as we will".
"We can talk about a player like Cristiano, who has done unbelievable things in the game and won five Ballons d'Or, but everyone can see Neymar's quality on the pitch".
The 19-year-old, who was heavily linked with Real at the start of the campaign, has contributed with four UCL goals in his six games, while he set up three more.
They could - and should - have won by more, with Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, who was booed by the home fans after missing a last-minute sitter, also hitting the woodwork.