PSV Eindhoven’s South Korean pair Park Ji-Sung and Lee Young-Pyo are confident they can overcome a two-goal deficit against Milan in the Champions League.

The Dutch side trail Milan 2-0 from the opening leg of their Champions League tie.

“Nothing’s impossible. We have to believe in ourselves,” said Park.

Lee added: “To beat Milan we must go all out for 90 minutes and fight for every ball. We can’t afford to give them any space.”

PSV coach Guus Hiddink believes Lee and Park could have significant roles to play in the second leg.

“Their mentality pushes them to be positive at all times,” said Hiddink, who guided South Korea to the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup.

And he believes full-back Lee’s never-say-die attitude will unsettle Milan.

“He never gives up and is dangerous going forward. He’s a gift for a coach,” added Hiddink.

“We may opt for some bold changes, perhaps playing fewer men in defence.”