Cape Town - Burnley boss Sean Dyche was annoyed about a
couple decisions made by officials during their 2-2 draw against Manchester United on
The Clarets looked on track to record a historic victory at
Old Trafford - their first since 1962 - when they lead 2-0 with just minutes
left to play. But a Paul Pogba penalty and Victor Lindelof’s goal in injury
time sent Old Trafford into raptures and ended Burnley's hopes.
"I don't know where the five minutes of stoppage time
came from," Dyche told his press conference.
"That's a bugbear because it gave the crowd a lift. I
also think Lindelof is offside when Alexis Sanchez heads it but, like I say,
the margins are tight."
However, Dyche certainly recognised the silver-lining,
heaping praise on his charges for ending United’s eight match winning streak.
“It was an excellent performance...we know they are in fine
form," he continued.
“We were resilient, we are getting harder and harder to
beat, and we can score goals as well.
“The bravery is coming back to the team. Fantastic credit to
the players; [it was] a firm draw.
“Our performances lately have picked up. Their will, desire
and mentality is growing all the time.”