Aubameyang: Racist abuse is 'painful'

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"I think that the second half was completely different", Ancelotti said.

Napoli coach Carlo Ancelotti has said his side must be bolder to be able to reverse the 2-0 defeat they suffered at Arsenal in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final.

Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang says racism "is not good for football in England" and admits suffering abuse is "really painful".

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.

The Italian side have now failed to beat English opponents away from the San Paolo stadium in nine attempts in European competition, and will need to be on scoring form at home if they are to progress in the competition.

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Arsenal managed to turn both of those ties around when back in north London but this time they need to defend an advantage as they look to reach the semi-finals for the second year in a row.

The second leg in Naples will take place on Thursday.

"We must recover so that we can play with high intensity, with clarity and without frenzy".

"We know it's going to be very hard there", he added. We have to improve that. We are confident. We had a good result in the first leg and we have everything in our hands.

"We're going to prepare for Monday first, and also recover the players after the game today thinking that we are going to play a lot of matches [every] three days". When you are black like me it is really painful, I think, because we are in 2019 and obviously it is not good for football in England.

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