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Dyche frustrated with late loss

Burnley manager Sean Dyche was left frustrated as his side suffered a 1-0 loss to Arsenal at Turf Moor on Sunday after a late goal by Laurent Koscielny.

The Arsenal centre back scored deep into stoppage time to give the visitors the three points. The goal came as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s shot went off Koscielny’s hand and into the back of the net. Dyche thought his side deserved to get something out of the game, as they had had the best scoring chance up until that point with Michael Keane hitting the bar with a header in the 77th minute.

“We had some really good chances,” Dyche said. “We’ve hit the bar and made their keeper work and then, on the other side of things, when you have to defend, I felt we did that very well.

“The organization and belief is a big thing in this team and that was absolutely on show today.

“The defeat doesn’t take the gloss off completely though because it’s a long season and we are improving.

“Of course, we are human and a full stadium will go away frustrated at that last six seconds and frustrated that we didn’t get a big decision go our way.

“But there was a nice feel about the performance. A lot is made of our physicality and energy, but there were moments of quality today and we are going to need that as the season goes on.

“We are moving forward I feel and that’s a big part for us.

“We’ve got seven points on the board this time around and we could easily have three more, with the last minute goal against Hull and then today.”

Burnley sits in 14th place with seven points.

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