Aaron Ramsey hobbled out of Arsenal's Europa League quarter-final second leg against Napoli with an apparent hamstring injury. 

Unai Emery's men entered the Stadio San Paolo with a 2-0 aggregate advantage, one that was embellished by Alexandre Lacazette's superb 36th-minute free-kick. 

The goal came shortly after the Gunners were hit by a setback to Ramsey. 

The 28-year-old Wales midfielder will join Juventus when his contract expires at the end of this season. 

Depending on the severity of the injury, Ramsey could have made the final appearance of an 11-year association with Arsenal. 

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery applauded Sokratis Papastathopoulos for his impressive adaptation to English football and is depending on him in Thursday's Europa League quarter-final second leg against Napoli.

Sokratis joined from Borussia Dortmund at the start of the season after a solid five-year spell at Signal Iduna Park.

Despite his undoubted experience and physical presence, some had reservations about his suitability to the Premier League, particularly due to a perceived lack of pace.

But he has generally impressed in his 22 Premier League appearances, while he has also featured eight times in Europe.

The 30-year-old Greece centre-back is likely to start away to Napoli and Emery expects another top performance from him to help Arsenal reach the Europa League semi-finals.

"I think the adaptation [at] first is important and not easy," Emery told reporters in his pre-match news conference.

"It's different for different players. We spoke about that with Papa [Sokratis] in pre-season. His adaptation was with the time and the training, the matches are different in England.

"He took the big performances to help us, like he is now. We are very happy with him and [Thursday] is a big match, so we need players with experience. He's one of those players."

Arsenal head into the second leg with a 2-0 lead from the home leg, though Emery still considers the tie to be wide open given Napoli's talented squad.

When asked about Arsenal's chances of progression, Emery said: "It's 50:50, it's not changed for me.

"We played the first leg at home and we won, but if you did one question about the first leg when at home, we won. That's a normal result.

"But when you play here against Napoli and think they can beat you, it's a possibility because they are very strong at home. We are 50:50. It's not changed, but our mentality and target is to play to win.

"They are a great club with a great president and a great coach here. [Carlo] Ancelotti is a three-time Champions League winner.

"They have great players, their history is great history and their present gives them great opportunities and optimism to win things.

"They're second in [Serie A] and they will play against us in this round of the Europa League."

Carlo Ancelotti called on Napoli to show "courage, intelligence and passion" when they bid to overcome Arsenal in the Europa League quarter-finals on Thursday.

Napoli fell to a 2-0 defeat in the first leg at Emirates Stadium, with Kalidou Koulibaly scoring a own goal after Aaron Ramsey's 14th-minute opener.

However, Ancelotti remains confident the Partenopei can turn the tie around at the notoriously partisan Stadio San Paolo.

Asked what three things Napoli need to reach the semi-finals, he responded: "In three words? Courage, intelligence and passion."

On whether he had seen those characteristics in his squad over the past week, Ancelotti said: "Not so much courage in the first half of the first leg. Intelligence? In the second half. We risked a little bit, but we did what we had to.

"We will put all our passion into [Thursday] with a lot of intensity because it will be a great chance for us. Our mentality has to be positive. I am sure all the atmosphere will help us with passion.

"We want the match to last for 90 minutes, and more if it is possible. This does not mean we have to score after 30, 10 or 15 minutes. We want to keep our chances alive by being smart and confident.

"We are the only Italian team left in Europe and we want it to be the same on Friday. If this isn't the case it will only be because of the results and not because of our play. Napoli will play great. I think we can qualify."

Ancelotti pointed to Ajax overcoming Serie A champions Juventus in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday as an example of how European football can go against expectations.

"That [Juve] match teaches us that the Champions League and European clashes in general are always unpredictable," he said.

"Favourites can be eliminated even if they play well, just one mistake in a single moment and condemn you to defeat.

"Juventus failed in the second half of the second leg, the most important part of the tie. It's not surprising. That is the Champions League."

Napoli put Juventus' Serie A title celebrations on ice for another week after Kalidou Koulibaly and Arkadiusz Milik scored in a straightforward 3-1 victory over Chievo, whose relegation from the top flight was confirmed.

Juve's 2-1 defeat at SPAL a day earlier left them 20 points clear at the top of the table with six games left to play, and if Napoli had failed to beat Chievo an eighth consecutive title for Massimiliano Allegri's men would have been confirmed.

Koulibaly headed the visitors in front after 15 minutes at the Marcantonio Bentegodi and Carlo Ancelotti's men were dominant until Milik scored from 20 yards in the last half hour of a game Chievo never looked like taking anything from.

The result was made more emphatic by Koulibaly's second before Bostjan Cesar's late consolation, leaving Napoli with a mathematical chance of catching Juve but, barring a spectacular collapse from the Turin side, second place looks likely for Ancelotti's men.

Koulibaly, who was the victim of alleged racist abuse during Napoli's midweek Europa League defeat at Arsenal, stooped to head Dries Mertens' corner into the net at the near post to put his side ahead.

Vlad Chiriches somehow completely missed the target when presented with a free header at close range eight minutes later but Chievo failed to muster the kind of response that would have forced their visitors to be more clinical in front of goal.

The game was put beyond the hosts when Milik collected the ball 20 yards from goal and had time and space to pick his spot in the bottom left corner of the net, which he bulged with a low, bouncing shot.

Jose Callejon launched a rising drive towards goal on the half-volley 20 minutes from time only to see it sting the palms of Stefano Sorrentino in the Chievo goal, but there was no stopping Koulibaly's piledriver 10 minutes from the end as he lashed a low, left-footed shot into the net from six yards out.

Chievo captain Cesar scored with a looping header from a corner but that turned out to be the last action of the game as Chievo were well beaten and condemned to Serie B next season.

A combative Massimiliano Allegri has defended the efforts of his Juventus side after they lost 2-1 to SPAL to prolong their wait for an eighth consecutive Serie A title.

Juve followed a 1-1 draw away to Ajax in the Champions League quarter-finals with a disappointing result at Stadio Paolo Mazza.

Allegri made sweeping changes to the team that draw in Amsterdam, as Paulo Dybala and Moise Kean started in attack, the latter opening the scoring in the 30th minute.

Second-half goals from Kevin Bonifazi and Sergio Floccari secured the upset victory for the hosts, although Juve remain a comfortable 20 points ahead of Napoli, who are away to Chievo on Sunday.

"You win when you win," he told a news conference.

"Today it's a shame because we lost, and when you lose you are a bit p****d off, especially after a good performance against a good SPAL. 

"Now, let's see tomorrow, if Napoli wins, we'll wait until next Saturday. What matters most to us is to prepare as best as we can for Tuesday and get to the semi-final," he said, referring to second leg at home to Ajax.

"Because anyway in the league we only need one point if Napoli wins them all, if they don't, we don't even need a point. 

"Then, since I hear that for Juventus the league is easy, well, the league is easy for those who don't win, but for those who win it's hard."

Cristiano Ronaldo, Leonardo Bonucci and Mario Mandzukic were among the first-team regulars missing from the line-up, and Allegri was quick to offer a reminder that his players are expected to win every week, not just against their title rivals.

"Juventus, compared to other teams, has the strength to play all games to get three points, because otherwise, if you only win the head-to-head games, you don't win Scudettos," he said.

"That's the rule that I was taught … and it's still applicable, even if football now is only made for scientists, but it's the same. 

"Therefore, when I hear that for Juventus the league is easy, no, because Juventus plays the same games as other teams, then the head-to-head games you may win three, lose two, draw one, that's a different story, but the difference in the league is made with the other teams. 

"And winning is not easy, it's very hard. Especially winning for seven years, because we still haven't won the eighth title ... but we have to give merit to this team and this club, which made extraordinary things [happen]. 84 points in 31 games, that's not easy, or in 32, because today we lost. 

"Therefore I would say I am very happy of what they did. It's normal that now we have to reach a Champions [League] semi-final, which is another competition in which Juventus is playing against a great team."

Moise Kean could start for Juventus in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Ajax, says Massimiliano Allegri.

Kean was an unused substitute for the first leg, which ended in a 1-1 draw in Amsterdam after David Neres cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo's headed opener.

Ronaldo was rested for Saturday's league game at SPAL, with Mario Mandzukic also given the day off as Allegri made wholesale changes ahead of Tuesday's second leg against Ajax in Turin.

And naming an experimental young team backfired as SPAL came from behind to win 2-1, meaning Juve must wait to clinch an eighth consecutive title.

It would have been the quickest Serie A title triumph ever had they got a point on Saturday, but despite Kean giving Juve a first-half lead, Kevin Bonifazi and Sergio Floccari struck to deny the Bianconeri a slice of history.

Kean's goal means he has scored in four consecutive Serie A games, becoming the youngest player to achieve the feat in the era of three points for a win.

And Allegri accepted the 19-year-old is pushing hard to be selected against Ajax, with Mandzukic having been preferred as Ronaldo's support act in the first leg.

"Kean was feeling a little tired, so I preferred to take him off," Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

"When he starts moving wide and doesn't attack the goal as much, that means it's time to take him off the field.

"He has different characteristics to Mandzukic, but obviously having him in this shape is important and I'll evaluate what to do on Tuesday."

Allegri defended making so many changes to his side, noting Ajax was the priority with the league title an inevitability.

"It would have been easy to field the first choice XI today and get the Scudetto," he added. "But we've had such a remarkable run of results this season that it was more important to focus on the Champions League game coming up.

"The key to Juventus winning the Scudetto is that we do well in the head-to-head clashes, but above all bring home the points everywhere else.

"You usually win the Scudetto with 84 to 86 points, but last term Napoli had 91 – a club record – and still finished second, so our performance that season was extraordinary.

"We had a lot of young players and they did well, but above all the second goal showed a lack of experience.

"I needed to see the conditions of Juan Cuadrado, who is unfortunately off the Champions League squad list, and also [Paulo] Dybala, whose fitness levels weren't at their best. The more he plays, the better shape he gets into.

"He rediscovered some enthusiasm today and it wasn't easy for him psychologically of late to have only 20 minutes or so and then get hurt again."

Juventus were denied the record for the fastest title success in Serie A history as a much-changed side fell to a 2-1 defeat at SPAL on Saturday.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri rested most of his key players with an eye on the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Ajax, but his young team failed to get the job done.

Moise Kean put Juve in front in the first half, turning in a shot from Joao Cancelo to score for the fourth straight Serie A game, the 19-year-old becoming the youngest player to do so in the era of three points for a win.

Kevin Bonifazi levelled with a header after the break, though, and SPAL skipper Sergio Floccari finished well to give his side a massive boost in their fight against relegation.

Juve's experimental line-up initially struggled and SPAL, who have now won their last three home league games, enjoyed the better of the opening exchanges before Juve took the lead on the half-hour mark.

A shot from Cancelo looked to be comfortable work for Emiliano Viviano but Kean was on hand to divert the ball away from the SPAL goalkeeper to surpass Mario Balotelli's Serie A record.

SPAL set about spoiling Juve's party by equalising in the 49th minute, Bonifazi getting up highest to head home Pasquale Schiattarella's right-wing corner.

Juve substitute Hans Nicolussi Caviglia forced a fine save from Viviano with a 20-yard curling drive, with Kean making way for Stephy Mavididi, indicating Allegri felt Juve had done enough.

He was badly mistaken, however, as SPAL took the lead through Floccari, who steered home after excellent work in the build-up from Alessandro Murgia.

Allegri sent on Federico Bernardeschi but Juve, who are 20 points clear at the top, could not find a leveller and if Napoli win at Chievo on Sunday the title race will last a little longer.

 

What does it mean? Attention on Ajax costs Juve

Juve have known for some time that they will win the league again, with second-placed Napoli unable to exert as much pressure as they did last season under Maurizio Sarri.

Allegri therefore unsurprisingly had an eye on Ajax and his big names should be fresh for that game after sitting out the trip to SPAL, who moved seven points clear of the relegation zone.

Juve will now be watching Napoli's game on Sunday to see if they will be crowned champions this weekend. 

Kean makes his mark

Back in January, clubs including AC Milan were close to signing Kean on loan, but Juve opted to keep him at the club despite the fact he was rarely involved in the first half of the season.

That decision continues to pay dividends as Kean proves an able deputy – and potential successor – for Cristiano Ronaldo, breaking a Serie A record with a clever finish that showed his poacher's instinct in front of goal.

And, had Allegri kept the teenager on, Juve might well have been able to open the champagne.

Barzagli shows his age

At 37, Andrea Barzagli is easily old enough to be the father of some of his team-mates, such as 17-year-old debutant Paolo Gozzi, but his experience could not see Juve through and he looked to be at least partly at fault for both SPAL goals.

What's next?

Ronaldo and Juve's other stars will return on Tuesday when they host Ajax in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final. SPAL go to fellow strugglers Empoli on Saturday, when Juve could celebrate winning the league in front of their own fans against Fiorentina.

Moise Kean became the youngest player to score in four consecutive Serie A games in the era of three points for a win, the teenager surpassing Mario Balotelli's record on Saturday.

Juventus star Kean is often compared to Balotelli, who netted in three straight games in 2009, and he extended his fine run of form with the opening goal away to SPAL.

A shot from Joao Cancelo looked to be on target but Kean was alert and clever enough to divert the ball away from the dive of goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano.

Should Juve avoid defeat at SPAL, they will become Serie A champions for the eighth year in a row, breaking the league's record for the fastest title triumph.

Kean's emergence has helped Juve's sprint towards the finish line, with star striker Cristiano Ronaldo having recently missed games due to injury.

The Portugal captain was rested against SPAL but, as he did with a late winner against AC Milan last week, Kean has filled in admirably.

Kean was the subject of alleged racist abuse during a Serie A game at Cagliari, in which he scored, with Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci criticised for suggesting the striker was partly for blame.

The 19-year-old has also broken into the Italy team this year, scoring in back-to-back Euro 2020 qualifiers during March's international break.

Goals from Aaron Ramsey and an own goal from Kalidou Koulibaly gave Arsenal a 2-0 win over Napoli in the first leg of the Europa League quarterfinals.

Arsenal are investigating a video on social media in which a supporter appeared to racially abuse Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.

Unai Emery's men beat their Serie A opponents 2-0 in Thursday's first leg of their Europa League quarter-final at Emirates Stadium.

However, another incident of racism in British and European football marred the match after a clip emerged in which a fan inside the stadium can be heard shouting abuse at Napoli defender Koulibaly.

The same racial slur was also written across the screen to caption the recording and Arsenal confirmed they have started an investigation.

"We utterly condemn the use of any racist language and have launched an investigation to identify the culprit," a club statement read.

"We operate a zero-tolerance approach and anyone behaving like this is not welcome at Arsenal and will be banned from matches.

"We have an extremely diverse community of fans who are all part of the Arsenal family and such incidents are rare at Emirates Stadium.

"We encourage supporters to report any incidents as they happen to stewards or via our matchday alert service."

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.

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery hailed Aaron Ramsey's "awesome" display as the Gunners defeated Napoli 2-0 in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final.

Juventus-bound star Ramsey opened the scoring in Arsenal's impressive performance at home to Serie A side Napoli in London on Thursday.

Wales midfielder Ramsey will leave the Emirates Stadium for Italian champions Juve at the end of the season and Emery heaped praise on the 28-year-old's display and commitment, with Arsenal still fighting to finish in the Premier League's top four.

"Awesome. Awesome, his [Ramsey] performances in this moment for us," Emery told reporters. "I think he wants to do something important with us.

"To help us do something important because, I think, he feels a lot for Arsenal as a club. And when he's here with our supporters he gives us more than all he can and gives us the best performance. Not individually, but thinking in the collective.

"I want to enjoy this moment with him. I want to do something important in this moment with him. His focus now is very much thinking for Arsenal only."

Following Ramsey's 14th-minute opener for Arsenal, Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly scored an own goal as the home side moved 2-0 ahead 11 minutes later.

Napoli struggled to impose themselves on the contest after Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski wasted big opportunities away from home.

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 we deserved the result."

"We know it's going to be very difficult there," he added. "Their performances at home are usually very strong this season. They are going to use all their possibilities, their attacking possibilities there for a comeback. Our objective now is to continue being competitive."

Carlo Ancelotti says he is "totally confident" Napoli can reach the semi-finals of the Europa League despite losing the first leg 2-0 away to Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsey scored an early opener by finishing off a fine team move and Lucas Torreira's deflected drive, credited as a Kalidou Koulibaly own goal, extended Arsenal's advantage.

But the Gunners have only won twice away from home in all competitions since November, while only Juventus have beaten Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo in over a year.

Arsenal have progressed from eight of their last nine European knock-out ties after winning the first leg, but Ancelotti still feels Napoli can go through.

"Totally confident," the Italian said to BT Sport of Napoli's chances. "We know our support and stadium and we will try to win with two goals.

"We didn't start the game well and the first half was not good. We had difficulties but second half was different to change. We have to try, we have 90 minutes again and we will do everything to try to move on. 

"It's difficult to say, it was two different games. First half really bad, second really better. We have to focus on the second half we played and do 90 minutes in Napoli.

"The goals we conceded were two mistakes. First a wrong pass, then the pressure we couldn't control. We were worried at the start and paid with two goals but we have the possibility to change in the home game.

"We could score one goal, but they put a lot of pressure and were dangerous. It's 2-0 and we have to think about the next game."

Ancelotti's opposite number Unai Emery is also fully aware the semi-final is still alive, with Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski having missed big chances for an away goal.

"It's a good result but we have a big respect for them away. The first 90 minutes here, we can impose the result and our game plan," Arsenal's head coach said to BT Sport. 

"We suffered some times, they can control with possession and created some chances, but we work well in this moment in the season and finished the match.

"We know [there is] another 90 minutes and away there is a different match. We need to be focused, clear and not more confident than we need [to be] to respect them."

Lorenzo Insigne said Napoli had one of their worst performances of the season after losing the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final at Arsenal 2-0.

Aaron Ramsey's opener and a Kalidou Koulibaly own goal left Napoli with it all to do in the return fixture at the Stadio San Paolo next Thursday.

Insigne wasted a big chance to reduce the deficit moments before half-time, while Piotr Zielinski missed an opportunity to secure a late away goal when set up by the Italy forward.

And Napoli's captain accepted he felt guilty about blazing over the crossbar, while highlighting the failures of his side in the first half.

"I am still thinking about that chance, because an away goal would have been important," Insigne said to Sky Sport Italia. "I got there too stretched out, it went badly.

"We have to think about the errors we made and ensure we don't make them again, because we've got it all to do next week.

"We lacked some courage at the start, it was one of our worst performances of the season, but we need to focus and do it differently in the second leg.

"Arsenal are a great team, we saw that tonight and already knew before. Having said that, we had the chances to score and they were simply more effective with their scoring opportunities.

"We must play with the right determination and intensity next Thursday to turn this around."

Napoli were grateful to goalkeeper Alex Meret for a string of saves that leaves them with hope ahead of the second leg, especially as they have only lost once at home since March 2018.

"It was an ugly first half from us, we made a lot of mistakes and were imprecise," Meret told Sky Sport Italia. "We needed more bravery playing out from the back.

"However, we played much better after the break and created the chances. We know it'll be very difficult, but we believe that we can turn it around in the second leg.

"We weren't as sharp as we should have been and the things we tried in training didn't come off. There were definite improvements after the break and we have to build on that.

"Arsenal above all struggle when we try to slice their defence open, so we need to work on that in the second leg. We have the San Paolo crowd behind us in the second leg and will give it our all."

Aaron Ramsey feels Arsenal will improve their wretched away form after establishing a 2-0 lead against Napoli in their Europa League quarter-final.

Ramsey put the Gunners in front at Emirates Stadium on Thursday and Kalidou Koulibaly deflected in Lucas Torreira's drive to double their lead.

Arsenal could have taken an even more dominant position to Naples next week, with Ramsey and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wasting late chances to extend their advantage.

Despite Arsenal having only won twice away from home since November, at Huddersfield Town in the Premier League and Blackpool in the FA Cup, Ramsey is confident about Unai Emery's side moving into the semis.

"We've won away this season so we're capable of doing it," Ramsey said to BT Sport.

"We've not done well of late but we're confident we can put it right, six games left in the Premier League and we want to finish the job, finish in the top four and get through to the semis.

"We've started the first leg really well so hopefully we finish the job and get ourselves in the hat for the next round."

Napoli should have claimed an away goal but Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski missed the target, with Ramsey taking nothing for granted about Arsenal's chances of booking a semi-final spot.

"Obviously to keep a clean sheet, couple of goals, a lovely way to start the first leg," said the Wales international. "Delighted with that, we suffered a lot against a good team, we had to dig in - they keep the ball well but a great start to the quarter-finals.

"I should have scored again in the second half but these things happen, we're delighted with a clean sheet and a couple of goals going into the second leg with a little cushion. But we know it's a difficult place to go.

"It's always important to start European games with the first goal as otherwise it's difficult. They're one of the best teams in Europe and we suffered in the second half but dug in, helped each out and we're looking forward to the second leg.

"I think they were unlucky not to go through in the Champions League, they're a quality team and second in Serie A so they're tough to play against. We know from a few years ago it's difficult there but we're ready and gave ourselves a great opportunity. We need to stick together and see out the quarter-final."

Aaron Ramsey's strike and Kalidou Koulibaly's own goal earned Arsenal a 2-0 home win against Napoli in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final.

Ramsey finished off a stunning move to open the scoring and Lucas Torreira's drive deflected in off Koulibaly to double Arsenal's advantage before the break at Emirates Stadium on Thursday.

Serie A side Napoli struggled to impose themselves on the contest, although Lorenzo Insigne and Piotr Zielinski had big opportunities, and Carlo Ancelotti's men have work to do in next week's return.

Koulibaly made a superb pair of blocks to repel Ramsey and Ainsley Maitland-Niles but he could do nothing about Arsenal's excellent opener in the 14th minute.

Ramsey's interception sparked a tremendous team move, the midfielder swapping passes with Mesut Ozil before Alexandre Lacazette and Maitland-Niles combined beautifully to set up the Wales international for a placed first-time finish.

Arsenal scored a second in the 25th minute, Torreira turning into space outside the Napoli box and seeing his drive take a decisive deflection off Koulibaly.

The Gunners continued to pile forward but, after Lacazette miscued and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tested Alex Meret, Insigne missed a great chance before the break.

Napoli improved after the interval with the offside flag ruling out an Insigne goal and Koulibaly forcing a fine save from Petr Cech with a powerful header.

Arsenal pushed for a third, though, with Meret superbly keeping out Ramsey's drive and Nacho Monreal planting a free header over the crossbar from the resulting corner.

The impressive Meret made a double save to deny Sead Kolasinac and Maitland-Niles and Zielinski missed a huge opportunity to score a crucial away goal for Napoli.

And Ramsey and Aubameyang should have made the visitors pay, wasting late chances to leave Napoli with some hope.

What does it mean? Advantage Arsenal, but work to do

Arsenal's dreadful away form means they can take nothing for granted ahead of their trip to Naples. Unai Emery's side have won just twice away from home since November and those victories came against Huddersfield Town in the Premier League and Blackpool in the FA Cup. Napoli will surely be much better than in their limp London display, too.


Ozil makes Arsenal tick

The enigmatic Ozil was at his bewitching best in the first half, producing an individual performance at odds with his ineffective showing in a Premier League defeat at Everton last time out, during which he petulantly hurled his coat out of the dugout after being substituted. Ozil faded after the break but it was still a surprise to see him again withdrawn by Emery midway through the second period.


Insigne miss could be costly

Napoli's attackers were starved of service for the most part, but when a big chance came the way of Insigne on the stroke of half-time he missed the mark. Jose Callejon found Insigne in a fantastic position but his effort soared over Cech's goal. An away goal could have been key and the second half would have been a different prospect at 2-1.


What's next?

Napoli are at Chievo on Sunday, hoping to keep their extremely slim Serie A title hopes alive, with Arsenal away to Watford the following day. The sides then resume the tie next Thursday.

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