The Swans European run comes to an end in Naples.
Napoli ended Swansea City’s adventure in the Europa League with a decisive 3-1 win in the second leg of their round of 32 tie.
Swansea traveled to southern Italy hoping that their failure to find a breakthrough in last week’s goalless first leg would not ultimately cost them.
The Serie A side took the lead 17 minutes in at the San Paolo stadium when Lorenzo Insigne cutely lifted the ball over Michel Vorm in the away goal.
However, Garry Monk’s men hit back to grab a crucial away goal on the half-hour mark, Jonathan De Guzman’s low strike from the edge of the box beating Napoli ‘keeper Pepe Reina.
For a long time it looked as if Swansea would progress on away goals, but Gonzalo Higuain took advantage of a lucky ricochet in the box to put the hosts back in front 12 minutes from time, and Gokhan Inler made sure of Napoli’s progress in stoppage time.