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2019/20 Season Review Part 2
All week, we reflect on the longest of seasons, which brought highs and lows along the way. PART 2
2019/20 Season Review Part 1
All week, we reflect on the longest of seasons, which brought highs and lows along the way. PART 1
Burnley 1 Brighton 2
On the final weekend of July, the Clarets lost at home for the first time since New Year’s Day as their record attempt came up just short and Nick Pope was denied a share of the Golden Glove.
Norwich City 0 Burnley 2
Chris Wood bridged a 44-year gap and also helped the Clarets create some modern-day history as they guaranteed a top-10 finish in the Premier League.
Burnley 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
Chris Wood’s injury-time penalty kept the Clarets’ unbeaten home run going as Sean Dyche’s men refused to lie down.
Liverpool 1 Burnley 1
Brilliant Burnley did what no other Premier League side has managed this season as they stopped the champions in their tracks.
West Ham United 0 Burnley 1
Jay Rodriguez proved himself a man for all seasons with a historic goal for the Clarets to keep them in the hunt for Europe.
Burnley 1 Sheffield United 1
James Tarkowski led by example as captain in the Premier League for the first time, although his goal wasn’t quite enough to give the Clarets a hat-trick of wins.
Crystal Palace 0 Burnley 1
Ben Mee marked his 300th league appearance for the Clarets with a famous winner as Burnley moved up to eighth place in the Premier League – and what could be a European qualification place.
Burnley 1 Watford 0
Cometh the hour, cometh the man..... In a tough week for the town, local lad Jay Rodriguez delivered the perfect antidote with a winning goal and 50th of his Burnley career.