Arsenal continued its negative results in domestic competitions, losing to Burnley 1-0, Sunday evening, at the end of the 12th round of the English Premier League.
The London team’s situation worsened after this defeat, as it ranks 15th in the English Premier League, with 13 points, while Burnley raised its tally to 9 points and rose to seventeenth place.
Arsenal fingerprint negative numbers by losing to Burnley:
According to Opta Numbers and Statistics, Arsenal has 13 points from 12 Premier League matches this season, and this is their worst record at this stage of the competition since 1974/75.
The aforementioned network added that Arsenal lost for the seventh time during the English Premier League’s current season and that it has lost 4 consecutive matches at home in the league for the first time in 61 years.
In addition to today’s match, Arsenal was defeated at the Emirates Stadium in 3 other matches, against Leicester City with a clear goal, then against Aston Villa by 3-0, before losing Wolverhampton with two goals to one goal.