Arsenal launch investigation into alleged racist abuse of Kalidou Koulibaly

Arsenal launch investigation into alleged racist abuse of Kalidou Koulibaly

A strike from Aaron Ramsey and an own goal by Kalidou Koulibaly were in the first half were enough to earn a win for Arsenal in the first leg at home.

That victory maintained Arsenal's magnificent form at the Emirates Stadium - where they have won 10 on the bounce in the Premier League - but it is a very different story when they leave home comforts behind.

A video emerged on social media which appeared to show some travelling fans calling Liverpool star Mohamed Salah "a bomber" while out in the city prior to the tie.

Mesut Ozil started the game and played an important role in the opening goal.

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".

"I think it's a good result but we know it's going to be very hard because our performances at home have usually been very strong". "It will be an important game and a good challenge for us".

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"I know, and the players also, that we need every player to be ready to play and help".

"We will go to Napoli with a lot of confidence and we will go there to score goals", Aubameyang said. "They are improving. They trained today with us but I prefer to wait for the last moment to decide that".

"In the second half we had their measure and there was more control on the game".

"Because I think he feels a lot for Arsenal as a club".

"Such individuals are an embarrassment to the vast majority of Chelsea supporters who won't tolerate them in their club".

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