Sean Dyche tells Burnley players Everton ‘don’t know how to win’ to inspire Turf Moor return to survival fight | Soccer News

Sean Dyche told his Burnley players that Everton “didn’t know how to win” as they plotted their second-half comeback to beat Frank Lampard’s side.

Burnley trailed 2-1 at the break thanks to a pair of penalties from Richarlison and Dyche’s dressing room message to his players was clear – to take advantage of the shifting defense and the visitors’ lack of confidence after an away run punitive.

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Maxwel Cornet scores what could prove to be a huge goal in the battle to avoid relegation as Burnley beat Everton 3-2.

Everton have not won a Premier League game on the road since August but appeared to break that eight-month record until Jay Rodriguez and Maxwel Cornet struck in the second half to hand Burnley a late win. It gives them a point of safety and gives the Toffees the same cushion outside the bottom three.

Dyche says sky sports: “I’ve been there, I know what it’s like and every season there have been difficult times for us. It’s hard to explain, but sometimes you feel that a team has maybe being lost how to win a game I told them at half time “I’m not sure they know how to win a game, especially away from home”.

“I told them we have to play on that mentality – we do that by playing forward with better quality and being more aggressive in our game. Our passing and our attempts to get into the front areas of the pitch n Were not glorious but there were patches and enough patches where we found three goals and I’m happy with that.

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Jay Rodriguez was on hand to tap home from close range and bring Burnley level again against Everton.

“I think they had taken six points from 42 away from home before this game and have conceded 49 in the season so far, so we thought there might be that advantage that we could maybe “Maybe attack them, maybe more freely. I don’t think it was fluid, but we had moments that mattered, of course, and I reminded them of that at half-time.”

Lampard: We are no different from other relegation fighters

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Everton manager Frank Lampard thinks his side should have beaten Burnley but weren’t clinical enough in front of goal

Everton boss Frank Lampard said his side should have taken the win after holding a half-time lead, before adding the Toffees were in a real “battle” to avoid the fall.

Addressing the idea that there was more pressure on Everton than their relegation rivals due to the club’s size, history and relative success, he said sky sports: “It seems the same to me, whether it’s true, maybe, but it shouldn’t be in absolute football terms. The reality is what it is – we are no different from Burnley, Watford, Norwich or Leeds That’s where we We are in club football Players don’t need to listen or read anything but show up tomorrow and get the right results for keep us in this league.

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Everton equalize through Richarlison’s cool penalty.

“We can’t control it so there’s no point in going too deep, it would have been in the club before I was here and will continue until the end of the season. The only thing we can do is control what we can, that is, work and fight for results.

“From 2-1 we should win the game, and by more goals. We are not clinical enough on the many chances, the counter-attacks, and then you leave the game open. Then , we make mistakes for their purposes.

“I’m not sure it matters, but the players have to deal with it. The only way out is to fight and keep working. That’s what the players have to do. We’re in a battle, if we didn’t know it before, we know it now. We’re still above Burnley in the table, but obviously we’re very disappointed to lose from a winning position.

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Everton take the lead after VAR intervenes to award them a penalty, with Richarlison scoring his second of the match.

Hinchcliffe: Everton could fall

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FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Burnley’s win over Everton in the Premier League.

Former Everton defender and sky sports Commentator Andy Hinchcliffe said the defeat at Turf Moor could have serious repercussions for his former side due to a tougher run-in than some of their relegation rivals – starting with Manchester United at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Hinchcliffe said: “Being a former Everton player I had a great time there, I always believed they were going to get out of this mess, but the more I see them play the more I cringe. Incredibly worried that this season they Burnley will go into this game against Norwich with incredible conviction after winning tonight.

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Nathan Collins gives Burnley an early lead with a neat finish from a corner.

“That’s why Burnley wanted to win tonight, to get the three points and get closer to Everton, but also for that Norwich game. Maybe they can relax a bit more because they got the job done tonight. For Everton it’s the complete opposite; they desperately need something from this game against Man Utd.

“It was a pressure game, we knew that, but every game from now on is even more pressure for those two teams, but actually more for Everton now because they have the toughest break-in. That going to be a real test of character, I’ve always said that about Everton.

“I doubt their ability but in the last few games I thought they seemed to care, they looked like they were running for each other and for Frank Lampard, but if you keep on make mistakes and basic defensive errors, they do play after play, you really don’t give yourself a chance.”

Burnley’s remaining fixtures

April 10 – Norwich (a), live on Sky Sports

April 17 – West Ham (a)

April 21th – Southampton, live on Sky Sports

April 24 – Wolves (h)

April 30 – Watford (a)

May 7 – Villa Aston (h)

May 15 – Tottenham (a)

May 19 – Aston Villa

May 22 – Newcastle (h)

Everton’s remaining fixtures

April 9 – Manchester United (h)

April 20 – Leicester (h), live on Sky Sports

April 24 – Liverpool (one), live on Sky Sports

May 1 – Chelsea (h), live on Sky Sports

May 7 – Leicester (a)

May 10 – Watford (a)

May 15 – Brentford (h)

May 19 – Crystal Palace (h)

May 22 – Armory (one)

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