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Napoli sent scouts to the Europa League semi-final between Lyon and Ajax on Thursday to monitor several potential targets.
Lyon have won all three of their Europa League home knockout games to date, scoring 13 goals in the process, but they're yet to keep a clean sheet.
Jose Mourinho and co. will get a first-hand look at that potential at the Europa League final on Wednesday, May 24 at the Friends Arena near Stockholm, Sweden.
The French side have it all to do if they are to reach the final is Sweden as they now trail 4-1 after an epic first-leg in the Amsterdam ArenA.
While Lyon are gunning for a top-four finish, Ajax are very much in the title race and are just a single point adrift of leaders Feyenoord.
The goalkeeper's clearance exposed the hosts, who were left two versus two at the back.
Chelsea loanee Bertrand Traore starred for the Eredivisie club with two goals and an assist, with Arsenal target Alexandre Lacazette unable to make his mark as a second-half substitute.
Maxwel Cornet nearly forced extra time with a shot which flew inches wide of the far post in the final minute, but a clearly rattled Ajax managed to hold on. Lyon started to believe and the crowd were behind them so it was hard.
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Lyon's efforts paid off ten minutes before the end when Rachil Ghezzal smashed in a header that went in off Nick Viergever's leg. Reaching the finals is lovely. "Call it a victory for football".
Unlike Turkish side Beşiktaş, Ajax saw the defensive deficiencies of Lyon, which are mainly created by their offensive frenzy.
Ajax, who reached the final with a 5-4 aggregate win, have also been charged over "acts of damage" during Thursday's match.
"I am very proud of my players. It is a cruel disappointment", he said.
"We ground it out with this young team", Ajax captain Davy Klaassen said.
Despite his double strike, Alexandre Lacazette admitted Lyon needed to be better in front of goal.
"We weren't far away from qualifying".
"It could have been different if I had been fit to start the first leg".