Tottenham Hotspur boss Andre Villas-Boas has vowed that Spurs would go for the jugular in the return leg of the Europa League round of 32 at Olympique Lyonnais' Stade Gerland.
Gareth Bale scored twice from set-plays to inspire the north Londoners to a 2-1 victory over Lyon at White Hart Lane to put them in the driving seat for the tie with the second leg to be played next week.
Samuel Umtiti scored a superb away goal, leaving the tie perfectly poised for an explosive return leg in France and Villas-Boas believes an attacking mentality will be needed if Spurs are to progress.
"It is difficult," the Portuguese said. "Their goal can obviously represent a lot for them.
"We are a team that normally scores away from home so we hope to cancel their away goal in some way.
"We are going to set out the same way - to try to attack and score.
"Even if they score before, we are going to attack to try to cancel out this goal. Obviously it gives them an initial advantage in the beginning."
When the 35-year old was again asked if Bale was in the same class as Cristiano Ronaldo he said:
"Yeah, he is going through a great individual moment.
"I think you have to recognise that. He is scoring lots of goals for the team and I think this is his best goalscoring season for Tottenham.
"You can see the player is enjoying his football and getting a buzz out of it.
"Once things like this happen, individual players keep their motivation high and they are able to help the team reach their objectives."