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First Half Burnley 2-1 Everton March 03 2018

Burnley ended a run of 11 Premier League matches without a win by coming from behind to beat Everton at Turf Moor.

Cenk Tosun put the visitors ahead on the 20th minute with his first Everton goal, heading past Burnley keeper Nick Pope from Seamus Coleman‘s neat flick.

The Clarets responded superbly, forcing Jordan Pickford into three excellent saves before Ashley Barnes equalised by converting Matthew Lowton’s immaculate through ball from deep.

Substitute Chris Wood took advantage of woeful defending to head in the winner from Johann Berg Gudmundssons corner on 80 minutes.

A dreadful second half from Everton was compounded by the sending-off of captain Ashley Williams for elbowing Barnes late on.

Victory takes Burnley five points behind sixth-placed Arsenal and is the first time they have won in the Premier League under Sean Dyche after conceding first.

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