Published: Sun, May 14, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Dyche admits Burnley 'flat' for Bournemouth defeat

Dyche admits Burnley 'flat' for Bournemouth defeat

In a late flurry of activity at a sun-kissed Vitality Stadium, King's 16th league goal of the campaign ensured Eddie Howe's side claimed the spoils from their final home game of the season.

13 - Only Romelu Lukaku (14) has scored more Premier League goals in 2017 than Josh King (13 - level with Harry Kane). His side will look to build on their first away win of the season at Crystal Palace when they travel to Bournemouth today (3pm), but the Clarets chief is treating it as just another away game.

Former Burnley player Junior Stanislas scored the opener when he collected a long pass from Lewis Cook on his chest, sprinted clear of the away defence and calmly slotted in from 18 yards.

The 25-year-old has had a decent season with the Clarets this year, scoring nine goals in 30 Premier League appearances to help secure their top-flight status.

Burnley went up the other end and went agonisingly close to drawing level with Arfield's long-range strike inches wide.

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Buoyed by a vibrant atmosphere, Bournemouth started quickly, Stanislas looking sharp as he latched onto King's throughball to steer in a unsafe cross that Kevin Long - again filling in for the injured Michael Keane - did well to clear.

Having taken four points from the last two games Dyche is hoping history will repeat itself.

Heaton had to field a header from Lys Mousset and the in-form King hit the side-netting after a bustling run down the left flank.

Boss Eddie Howe on whether they are now an established Premier League team: "I'm not going to use those words, I think it's a very risky thing to say". Ryan Fraser's low cross found King in the box, where he struck past Heaton to score his 16th goal of the season, clinching all three points. We love working with him - hopefully he feels the same.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has admitted that his stand-in defenders still have learning to do following a "really poor" second-half display against Bournemouth. "We need to keep our best players and we will do everything in our power to do that".

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