Sean Dyche reveals what he told his Burnley side at half time of Everton win


Burnley boss Sean Dyche has revealed that he told his side that he didn’t think Everton knew how to win a game away from home in his half time team talk, as the Lancashire outfit came from a goal down to win 3-2 in a relegation six pointer.

An early Nathan Collins goal was canceled out by two Richarlison penalties, that saw the Clarets trail 2-1 going into the break. But goals from Jay Rodriguez and a last minute winner from summer signing Maxwel Cornet ensured that the three points went the way of the Lancashire side, and continued Everton’s miserable run.

Dyche’s side have taken a step towards Premier League safety with the result, moving to within one point of Everton, currently in 17th place, and with it survival in the top flight for another season.

And it is a sign of the times at Goodison Park that Dyche was so cutting with his remarks, as he revealed to Sky Sports after the game.

‘I said to them at half time – I’m not sure these know how to win a game (away from home) lads’, he told the media.

Everton in serious trouble

Frank Lampard’s reign in charge of Everton has produced 8 losses from his 12 games at the helm, and it is unlikely to get any easier for the Toffees. They have a horrid run in, which includes games against four of the top five and a game against a resurgent Leicester City.

Unless they turn over a new leaf and spark a much-needed upturn in form, they could be in serious danger of the thrills of Championship football next season.

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Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 Manchester City 30 52 73
2 Liverpool FC 30 57 72
3 Chelsea FC 29 35 59
4 Tottenham Hotspur 30 15th 54
5 Arsenal FC 29 10 54
6 West Ham United 31 11 51
7 Manchester United 30 8 51
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 31 6 49
9 Crystal Palace 30 4 37
10 Leicester City 28 -4 37
11 Aston Villa 30 0 36
12 Southampton FC 30 -9 36
13 Brighton & Hove Albion 30 -10 34
14 Brentford FC 31 -11 33
15th Newcastle United 30 -21 31
16 Leeds United 31 -33 30
17 Everton FC 28 -19 25
18 Watford FC 30 -28 22
19 Burnley FC 28 -18 21
20 Norwich City 30 -45 18
Player Team Goals
Salah, Mohamed Liverpool FC 20
Son, Heung Min Tottenham Hotspur 14
Jota, Diogo Liverpool FC 14
Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 12
Ronaldo, Cristiano Manchester United 12
Mane, Sadio Liverpool FC 12
Tony, Ivan Brentford FC 11
Mahrez, Riyad Manchester City 10
De Bruyne, Kevin Manchester City 10
Sterling, Raheem Manchester City 10
Vardy, Jamie Leicester City 10
Zaha, Wilfried Crystal Palace 10
Bowen, Jarrod West Ham United 9
Fernandes, Bruno Manchester United 9
Dennis, Emmanuel Watford FC 9
Saka, Bukayo Arsenal FC 9
Rafinha Leeds United 9
Smith-Rowe, Emile Arsenal FC 9
Mount, Mason Chelsea FC 8
Antonio, Michael West Ham United 8

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