There is no negative side to Europa League qualification - Burnley boss Dyche

Leicester’s fight for a seventh-place finish in the Premier League remains manager Claude Puel’s top priority despite their recent defeat to Newcastle

Leicester’s fight for a seventh-place finish in the Premier League remains manager Claude Puel’s top priority despite their recent defeat to Newcastle

Burnley scored twice in the opening nine minutes en route to a 2-1 victory over Leicester City that propels the Clarets significantly closer to a potential place in Europe next season.

"To have the opportunity to play this decisive game at this stage of the season is good because we shouldn't forget where we were a few months ago".

The Clarets now sit in seventh place. It's impossible for there to be a negative.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson has provided seven assists in the Premier League this season, two more than any other Burnley player has ever managed in a single campaign in the competition. "We're in very good shape". "Who knows what it will bring but we will just wait and see".

Burnley could not have made a better start to such an important game, going two up inside nine minutes through former Leicester striker Chris Wood and defender Kevin Long.

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But Pope could do nothing about Vardy's finish in the 72nd minute, a thumping strike into the roof of the net after a precise throughball from substitute Kelechi Iheanacho. "We need a result", said Puel when asked if the match was a must-win game.

With five games of the season to go, Leicester are still targeting a top ten finish and Puel is hoping their second-half performance can carry through into their remaining fixtures this term.

Leicester were their closest challengers, and they were six points behind even before kick-off.

"They're all dreaming of European football and hopefully we can get that for them. It's very hard to get five wins on the trot so I'm very pleased overall".

Leicester boss Claude Puel, meanwhile, felt Ashley Barnes should have been shown red rather than yellow for a challenge on Kasper Schmeichel that meant the goalkeeper had to be replaced. "It was a big disappointment after Newcastle because with this defeat we wasted points". I was surprised because there was good concentration before the game and to concede these two goals so quickly, it was hard to accept.

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