The Clarets came from behind to beat Leicester City at Turf Moor and bring an end to a run of four defeats in the Premier League.
Harvey Barnes had given the Foxes the lead in the 33rd minute, as Burnley faced an eighth loss in 10 games, but the home side mounted a second half comeback to seal a vital three points. Chris Wood levelled in the 56th minute, Nick Pope then saved a Jamie Vardy penalty, and then Ashley Westwood netted the winner with just over 10 minutes remaining.
5. Ben Mee 6
It was an indifferent afternoon for the skipper. Although he laid on the home side's equaliser, the defender was out-paced by Barnes for the opening goal and was then caught out by the same player when conceding a penalty.
Put in a real shift down the right hand side and came in narrow to close the space in the middle of the park, which limited the influence of Leicester's central three at times. A lot of his work will go unappreciated, but it's effective.
His partnership with Taylor was key to the Clarets' revival in the second half. Always looking to get on the ball, attempting to break the lines with a run or pass, and supplied the corner for Wood's equaliser.
The midfielder was arguably the best player on the pitch when he was robbed of possession by Praet on the centre circle as the Foxes took the lead. Put himself about, closed the ball really well, and was calm on the ball.