Sean Dyche defends team despite flat defeat to Bournemouth

Without ​Michael Keane ​at the back, a series of costly defensive errors proved costly for Burnley at the weekend as they came unstuck against ​Bournemouth​. The game looked set to end in a stalemate when ​Sam Vokes ​thumped in a header with seven minutes left on the clock to cancel out ​Junior Stanislas' first-half opener. However, a goal from Josh King ​proved to be the difference between the two sides, with the forward getting the better of James Tarkowski.​ Embed from Getty Images   Dyche defends defensive understudies Centre-back partner Kevin Long​ was given just his second Premier League ​appearance of the season after featuring against West Brom ​last weekend. He struggled throughout the match, being dragged out wide by ​Ryan Fraser ​to leave King one-on-one with his teammate. However, ​Sean Dyche ​defended his players despite their errors during the match. ​"We've got two centre-halves who are learning, they're getting a connectionm but they just got too...
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