The Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said that he is extremely disappointed following the 1-1 draw with Barnsley in the midweek action. Burnley have been one of the inform teams in recent weeks, as they have been able to claim to high-profile victories against Leeds United and Hull city. Even more impressive was the fact that they had kept a clean sheet in both these matches. Hence, there are reasons to forget the defeats against Ipswich town and Charlton prior to the Hull city match. They were taking on Barnsley in the midweek action looking to build on the win over Hull city during the weekend.

However, they could not manage an away victory from this encounter and had to settle for a point, which frustrated the manager. This was especially difficult given the circumstances of the match, as Burnley managed to take the lead after just 5 min through Austin. However, the goal from the Marcus Tudgay helped Barnsley equalised the things in the match. It remained in the way till the end of the match, as both teams had to settle for a point. Burnley are currently in the 14th position with 27 points on the board.

After the match, the Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said that he was disappointed with the first half performance of the players despite them scoring the only goal in this half. “I was disappointed with the performance, particularly the first half. After scoring a very good goal, I expected us to use the ball better. The players didn’t respond to that goal and they almost went into a defensive mode,” said Dyche after the match. The club will now be facing three important matches in the next few weeks, as they face the likes of Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forest during this period.