Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has urged his team-mates to do better at away if they hope to secure a top-four finish.
The Gunners have picked up 22 of 27 points at home this season. But when visiting The team only collected 7 out of 24 points, scoring only 6 goals in 8 games.
Although the team is currently ranked 4th in the table, which is the goal to win the top four. But Xhaka urged friends that if they want to stand the distance, they need to collect more points in away games.
“We can do better at home. But if you want to be in the top four you have to win and you have to get points away from home as well,” Xhaka told Stadium Astro
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has urged his team-mates to do better.
“Hopefully we can start it on Saturday against Leeds but yes, we have to improve away from home. So we have to be smarter. stronger than this
“We cannot play the same game both at home and away. We have to be smarter and go from experienced players to young players.”
“You can’t play the same game every time, at home or outside. You have to start from smarter, more experienced players to younger guys.”
Arteta shared similar feelings when discussing the match against West Ham, explaining: Supporter.
“Winning a match at home is very important because it sets the tone of the team to the really good side, which is very difficult to control as it is today.”