Bernd Leno admits he is at a loss to explain Arsenal’s poor away form.
Arsenal’s top four hopes were dented as they were beaten 1-0 at Everton on Sunday, defender Phil Jagielka scoring the game’s only goal at Goodison Park.
The defeat was the latest in a series of poor performances away from the Emirates for Unai Emery’s side, with the Gunners now having taken just 19 points from 15 away league fixtures this season.
Speaking after the game, German goalkeeper Leno admits he is unable to explain the club’s poor away form, with the side boasting one of the division’s most impressive home records.
“To be honest, I don’t know,” Leno told Sky Sports.
“But we’re still in a good position and in a good atmosphere. Losing one game is not a problem. We have to keep going, keep working hard and play our style because we’re still in a good moment.”