Marcelo Bielsa purged over Leeds “beautiful goals” after they ran riot within the second half to defeat Burnley 4-0 on Saturday lunchtime.
After Mateusz Klich put Leeds forward on the stroke of half time, Leeds defeat Burnley within the second half, with Jack Harrison doubling their lead earlier than getting the assistants on the late Rodrigo substitute brace.
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Bielsa’s side turned in model the longer the sport went on, with Rodrigo’s introduction just earlier than the hour being a key moment because the Spanish frontman added a third with a great piece of skill earlier than capping a sweeping team move by rounding off Bailey Peacock-Farrell to finish.
“Within the first half we stored going till we managed to score,” said Bielsa.
“We defended well. Within the second half we did not defend as well, however we have been environment friendly and had alternatives for goal.
“When there are big locations, it is simpler to attack. When the opponent loses they take extra dangers.
“As you too can see, we gave up probabilities within the second half than we did within the first.
“All of the goals are lovely – do not assume we scored them as a result of we educated them.”
Nice ‘Leeds’ play after the break, there was one ugly flashpoint at 2-0 with about 20 minutes left.
When Ezgjan Alioski went down under a challenge from Dwight McNeil, the Burnley winger appeared to say one thing to the North Macedonian international player whereas he was on the ground earlier than the Leeds man acquired to his feet and responded by sticking his tongue out and breaking his ears .
Each benches took half within the debate that was unfolding earlier than them, and referee Graham Scott known as over captains and managers after a Burnley player reported to him.
“A report has come in for the referee and that might be handed to the FA,” Dyche said at his post-match press conference, although he did not say which player was concerned.
“One in every of our players made the report and I used to be there to witness the report, not the incident.”
The FA is now awaiting the referee’s report of the match.
With Peacock-Farrell pressed into motion due to a knee injury to Nick Pope, Burnley included three former Leeds players – Chris Wooden and Charlie Taylor the others – of their beginning eleven however couldn’t compete with the standard of this present side.
“They have been very, superb recently recently,” said Dyche. “They beat Man City off, their tails are up.
“That edge you want – we have just secured Premier League football once more and perhaps that edge is coming off, however I wasn’t too disappointed.”
After taking 9 first-class home video games and not using a win, Burnley will now look forward to returning 3,500 followers for Wednesday’s sport against the Champions League at Liverpool.
“Our home followers make a distinction, as do most home followers,” said Dyche.
“Many teams have tough seasons at home compared to statistical norms and we’re one in every of them, however I am not going to query my players an excessive amount of, there isn’t any lack of effort.”