Burnley boss Sean Dyche mentioned the noise created by the Clarets followers was a key think about serving to his facet seize a degree in opposition to runaway league leaders Manchester Metropolis.
Talking at his post-match press convention, as reported by the official Burnley web site, Dyche mentioned:
“They know a few of the challenges in entrance of us and that they’ve bought a workforce that can give every part, even on this robust run.
“They (Metropolis) are the highest facet within the division, however the power the supporters introduced at the moment was completely unbelievable and that’s one thing that’s modified over a variety of years right here.
We wished to play lengthy and powerful at the moment and disrupt Metropolis, however the high quality going into the entrance wasn’t what we would have liked within the first half and we didn’t put sufficient crosses in.
“Their keeper makes an unbelievable save from Aaron they usually went down the opposite finish and missed an unbelievable likelihood and the power went even increased within the crowd.
“All of it modified in that couple of minutes. Abruptly the power within the crowd grew. We began to seek out our toes and it’s onerous for them to continually have the sport of their favour over 90 minutes. We made positive they didn’t and ended up scoring a unbelievable objective.”