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Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti accused crowds of racially insulting his player, Kalidou Koulibaly.

Sarri said: 'In Italy there are some problems in football, especially for Napoli.

He was joined by Koulibaly teammate Dries Marten, who posted a heartwarming picture fo the two sharing an embrace, with the caption: "You're one of the most lovely people I know, please never change".

"I am disappointed by what happened yesterday at San Siro", Icardi posted, alongside a picture of himself with Koulibaly.

"I'm disappointed by the defeat, but above all at leaving my brothers!" I think it should have been.

Koulibaly was booked for fouling Matteo Politano and then dismissed for his reaction to the decision, although Ancelotti said the player was already upset and on edge over his treatment. They'll probably make us lose the game if we walk off, but we are prepared to do it. Di essere francese, senegalese, napoletano: uomo.

"Things don't change with just one gesture, but with the constant, daily effort to change things", he said.

He said two Inter fans had been arrested in relation to the pre-match scuffles, which he called "extremely serious incidents". It's not good, not for us, nor for Italian football. He explained that similar incidents also occur in "other civilised countries".

A wooden stick that was used in the clashes lies on the ground near Milan's San Siro stadium in Milan Italy on Dec 27 2018
Napoli asked for halt to Inter Milan match after racist chants

Like Koulibaly, their forward Lorenzo Insigne was also given a two-match ban after his sending off in stoppage time.

"We're looking into appealing", Mattia Grassani to Radio Kiss Kiss. Despite our requests and the chanting, the game wasn't suspended. "We do not tolerate such behaviour ruining football".

Gabriele Gravina, the Italian football federation president, condemned the racist chants.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says Italy can do more to eradicate racism from football after Kalidou Koulibaly was abused during Napoli's defeat at Inter on Wednesday.

"Racism in 2018 is idiotic and stupid", he told Radio Kiss Kiss Naples.

Further monkey chants could be heard as Koulibaly left the field. This must not be confused with supporting your team. The game went on.

Milan police chief Marcello Cardona said Thursday that investigators believe the 35-year-old fan, Daniele Belardinelli, may have been fatally struck by a van or SUV during the clashes.

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