Burnley vs West Ham United analysis: A contrasting performance from the Clarets compared to recent weeks

Burnley's draw against West Ham was not what you would consider a 'typical' display from a Sean Dyche side. A mistake in defence combined with a renewed sense of positivity in attack accounted for the two goals at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon. Unfamiliar concerns in defence That positivity caught Burnley out in the 13th minutes when Michail Antonio opened the scoring for the visitors. The hosts ploughed forward with numbers before West Ham executed a quick transition with a long ball that caught the usually reliable Ben Mee unaware. The central defender missed his clearance which allowed Antonio to bear down on Nick Pope's goal and open the scoring. Like Mee, Pope has been a key figure for the Clarets in recent weeks, but he found himself completely out of position with his first mistake since coming in to deputise for the injured Tom Heaton. Yet the Hammers shot themselves in the foot...
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