Sean Dyche on Burnley's victory, the Turf group and Nick Pope

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Sean Dyche on Burnley's victory, the Turf group and Nick Pope

Sean Dyche on Burnley's victory, the Turf group and Nick Pope






Clarets dig out from a deficit to beat Leicester City 2-1 in Premier League 

Burnley verified a crucial three focuses as they dug out from a deficit to crush Leicester City 2-1 at Turf Moor on Sunday. 

The Clarets trailed at the break however second half objectives from Chris Wood and Ashley Westwood implied Sean Dyche's side finished their losing run and gathered a first group win since beating Bournemouth before Christmas. 

The Clarets put in an improved presentation however were behind when Dennis Praet won the ball over from Jack Cork on midway and, in spite of offers for a foul, nourished Harvey Barnes who out-paced Ben Mee and completed past Nick Pope. 

Burnley were level right off the bat in the second half when Chris Wood nudged home from a yard after Kasper Schmeichel palmed away a Mee header. 

The Clarets were then obliged to Pope, having denied Dennis Praet with a fine one-hnaded spare from the get-go in the half got down splendidly to keep out a Jamie Vardy punishment after Mee had pulled down Barnes. 

The two sides squeezed for a victor and Burnley found the achievement when Ashley Westwood hammered home after some flawless between make light of the left hand side. 

Also, the Clarets hung on for an imperative three focuses which moves them five away from the last three in front of an outing to Manchester United on Wednesday.

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