Sean Dyche tells Manchester United how Burnley beat Everton 3-2

Sean Dyche tells Manchester United how Burnley beat Everton 3-2

Burnley manager Sean Dyche might have told Manchester United how to beat Everton this weekend in the Premier League during his post-match interview.

The Clarets snatched a late 3-2 win over Everton on Wednesday night at Turf Moor to further drag The Toffee down into the relegation cut.

Frank Lampard’s men now occupy the 17th position with just one point ahead of 18th-placed Burnley after 29 league matches.

Nathan Collins handed Burnley an early lead from a set-piece but Richarlison scored twice from the penalty spot to hand the visitors a 2-1 lead at halftime.

After the interval, Jay Rodriguez scored the equaliser and late on in the game, Maxwel Cornet scored the winner to hand Burnley a well-deserved win.

Manchester United will face Everton away from home on Saturday lunchtime and Dyche revealed after the game that they had the edge over The Toffees because he urged his players to play attacking football.

“It’s pleasing,” Dyche told Burnley official website about the win. “The mentality was good overall, we started well, and we started bright, we got a goal from a good set-piece and then out of nowhere they get a penalty when a player gets the wrong side of us, and then we sort of lost our way with our shape and the basics, we started to get nervous, and I understand that.

Sean Dyche gives Manchester United an insight on how to beat Everton
Sean Dyche gives Manchester United an insight on how to beat Everton

“Sometimes simple is best, and I had to remind them of that, and the mentality was go forward and attack them, and we scored three very good goals.

“The games have been tight all season. We grew it into the second-half, it was edgy, but then we started getting bodies and momentum forward.”

These comments came after Sean Dyche has already told Sky Sports: “I said at half-time, I’m not sure [Everton] know how to win a game lads”

Manchester United failed to beat Leicester City last weekend because they didn’t have enough bodies in the final third, which then gave the visitors the chance to put pressure on The Red Devils.

United will have to follow in Burnley’s footsteps by sending more players into the opposition box if they are to return back to Old Trafford with a much-needed win against Everton in order to continue their top-four push.