Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri got his wish to avoid former club Napoli after the Italian side were drawn to face Arsenal in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
The Gunners got their second goal to put them ahead 10 minutes later, and by the second half it looked like Arsenal was going to pull off an impressive comeback after a shocking first leg saw them down 3-1. "So, for me, it will be very hard to play against them in Naples".
"But I think we can feel this competition like in the Premier League, to do a good way and create, with our supporters, a big atmosphere and a big feeling together to do this way in the Premier League and also here in the Europa League".
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Emery led Sevilla to three consecutive Europa League titles but the Spaniard is unsure whether Arsenal can be considered favourites to lift the trophy in Baku in May.
The Rennes boss Julien Stephan told this correspondent last week after the match at Roazhon Park in deepest Brittany that his team were facing a hard evening at the Emirates in the second leg.
"A domestic league like here [the Premier League], we have six teams playing for the top four".
"I think today we played very consistently over 90 minutes, being competitive without the ball and very serious defensively". "Today, Sevilla are out, Inter are out".
With domestic football about to shut down for the global break, Arsenal are not due to be in action again until playing host to Newcastle on April 1.