MATCH of the Day pundit Alan Shearer backed Sean Dyche's call for retrospective action to be taken against divers after Laurent Depoitre was booked for trying to win a penalty against Burnley on Saturday.

The Belgian forward went down under no contact in the penalty area, but his dive was seen by referee Chris Kavanagh and the Huddersfield Town striker was shown a yellow card.

But Dyche slammed the dive as 'embarrassing' after the game and complained that a booking was insufficient punishment, something Shearer agreed with on Match of the Day.

"He's right, you can understand his anger," Shearer said.

"It's a blatant drive, he tries to con the referee and tries to cheat. He thinks he's going to be tackled, Tarkowski pulls out and he goes down blatantly.

"Sean Dyche is absolutely right, he gets a yellow card and that will be it. When it's as blatant at that you would hope they would take retrospective action."

Sam Vokes had headed Burnley in front against the Terriers but Christopher Schindler equalised in the second half and Ian Wright felt the visitors had been given too much space all afternoon.

"If you're going to give any team this much space is open play then they're going to score, they had 28 crosses and finally got one to hit home, it was a great header from Schindler, a super cross and a very good header," he said.

Vokes and Schindler then clashed in the Huddersfield box, with the Burnley striker catching the Town defender with a stray elbow, but former Clarets man Wright believed the incident had been accidental.

"I think that's an accident and just to compound things he gets the ball bang on his head as well, he seems a bit dazed and goes down," he said.