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Pochettino's rage at ref was Tottenham's title woes at Burnley personified

Tottenham missed out on an excellent opportunity to make up ground at the top of the table after they were beaten 2-1 at Turf Moor by Burnley.
Tottenham missed out on an excellent opportunity to make up ground at the top of the table after they were beaten 2-1 at Turf Moor by Burnley.
Following Tottenham's surprise loss at Burnley, their manager Maurcio Pochettino marched on to the field at full time to confront referee Mike Dean
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino reflects on his side's surprise loss to Burnley and the post-match incident with referee Mike Dean.

BURNLEY, England -- All of the pressure, all of the expectation he had heaped upon this game, overwhelmed Mauricio Pochettino for a telling minute. He had described Tottenham's visit to Turf Moor as a "cup final" and now, having lost, the emotions spilled over.

As the teams left the pitch after Burnley beat Spurs 2-1, he marched up to referee Mike Dean -- who had awarded a debatable corner for the hosts' first goal but in truth played a minor role in the outcome -- and confronted him head-on. His...

Crouch sausages, Zlatan burger, Pirlo sandwich -- When players are immortalised in meat

One of English football's most popular personalities, Peter Crouch has been well and truly welcomed by the people of Burnley after joining the club on transfer deadline day.

Ahead of his debut on Saturday, fans took care to warn Crouch by placing a sign on a low bridge in the town, with the spindly striker duly commending the locals for their thoughtfulness. The 38-year-old has also been the recipient of a special tribute usually reserved for the great and good of Burnley society by having a signature...

No Eden Hazard, no problem for Chelsea as Alvaro Morata repays Maurizio Sarri faith at Burnley

English Premier League: Willian (63') Burnley 0-3 Chelsea
English Premier League: Ross Barkley (56') Burnley 0-2 Chelsea
English Premier League: Alvaro Morata (22') Burnley 0-1 Chelsea

BURNLEY, England -- Three quick points on Burnley 0-4 Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. No Hazard, no problem for Blues

Deprived of the Premier League's best player, Chelsea demonstrated there is much more to Maurizio Sarri's revolution than the best form of Eden Hazard's career with a convincing rout of Burnley at Turf Moor.

Hazard, still suffering from the back problem he sustained during a bruising encounter with Manchester United last time out, did not travel to Lancashire...

Man United put out the fire at Burnley as Marouane Fellaini delivers for Jose Mourinho

BURNLEY, England -- Three points from Turf Moor on Manchester United's 2-0 win over Burnley in the Premier League.

1. Man United avoid crisis, Rashford sees red

Manchester United put the brakes on their dismal start to the season with a 2-0 win at Burnley, but a second-half red card for Marcus Rashford put a bit of a damper on a crucial victory for Jose Mourinho's team at Turf Moor.

Rashford, a second-half replacement for Alexis Sanchez, was sent off by referee Jon Moss after 10 minutes on the...

Burnley the last straw for Man United? Will Arsenal drop Mesut Ozil? Can Cardiff score?

Ahead of each round of fixtures in the Premier League, W2W4 looks at the main storylines to keep an eye on. Here is what is in store for Matchday 4.

Can Burnley take advantage of Man United's frailty?

The worst thing about Jose Mourinho's post-Tottenham outburst, from his detractors' point of view, is that he wasn't entirely wrong. Saying Manchester United "won the game tactically" sounds absurd when the final score was 3-0, but you knew what he meant: in the first-half, United played pretty well,...

Burnley's dilemma: should they try in Europe or focus on the league?

Injuries are already putting strain on Burnley's thin squad after just three Premier League games. How can they cope with Europe too?
Injuries are already putting strain on Burnley's thin squad after just three Premier League games. How can they cope with Europe too?

For football supporters of a certain vintage, Thursday night might look like the biggest occasion in Burnley's modern history. They will face Olympiakos for a place in the Europa League group stage and while they need to win by at least two clear goals, Sean Dyche's side has beaten the odds plenty of times before. It's the kind of assignment that has traditionally brought out their bullish, belligerent best; for around 20,000 home fans inside Turf Moor, some of whom will still remember the Clarets'...