Arsenal's 2-1 loss to Ostersunds on Thursday was their sixth consecutive home defeat in the knockout rounds of European competition.
Despite the loss, the Gunners managed to advance to the Europa League last 16 via a 4-2 aggregate victory.
Arsenal's 3-0 win in the last-32 first leg was enough to see them past the Swedish side, but the team's home form in Europe will be a continuing concern for Arsene Wenger.
Before dropping into the Europa League this season, the Gunners had been knocked out in the Champions League round of 16 in seven consecutive seasons.
The Gunners will look to reverse their recent home futility in Europe in the last 16 of the Europa League, which begins on March 8.