Arsenal's Aubameyang upset by racist abuse in English football

Arsenal's Aubameyang upset by racist abuse in English football

Arsenal are investigating a video circulating on social media purporting to show one of their supporters directing a racist insult at Napoli player Kalidou Koulibaly.

Elsewhere during Thursday's Europa League fixtures, Chelsea identified three fans shown in footage calling Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah "a bomber" and barred them from entering the club's fixture at Slavia Prague.

The Napoli boss has claimed that his players are physically better than their Arsenal counterparts and that they can win progress to the next round.

"I am really disappointed about that", Aubameyang told reporters.

Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti has insisted that his side are not out of their Europa League quarter-final tie against Arsenal despite suffering a 2-0 defeat in the first leg at Emirates.

"I had the same problem here against Tottenham".

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"Because I think he feels a lot for Arsenal as a club". On Monday, I am sure we are going to play different players but [try] to find the same performance. "We have to improve that", Aubameyang said.

"We know it's going to be very hard there", he added.

Reflecting on the result, Emery said: "50 per cent [happy] because we know the first leg was very important for us to take a good result and a good feeling with our supporters with this competition".

"If you win there I think you send a message to everybody".

"We're going to have to shake off the fear that gripped us when we play the return leg and having the San Paolo (stadium) behind us will certainly help".

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