Sean Dyche felt Arsenal’s clinical edge was the difference as Burnley went down 3-1 at home to the Gunners on the final day of the Premier League season.

All the goals came in the second half of this pulsating game at Turf Moor.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice for the visitors before Ashley Barnes pulled a goal back for the Clarets.

Eddie Nketiah was then on target with the final kick of the game as Dyche’s men finished 15th in the Premier League.

“I was pleased with the performance, we certainly took the game on,” said the Clarets boss.

“First half we were excellent, actually, it was probably as good a performance as we’ve had this season for that half.

“We created chances, looked solid, found that mixed play I talk about, played when we needed to and put the ball forward and asked questions of them.

“But for just the clinical moments, we would probably have been in front, but we weren’t.

“Obviously there was a slip for the first goal, and I didn’t think there was that much lacking in the second half, just both boxes are the key, and they were more clinical.

“We still created chances, so lots to be pleased with the performance and a good mentality from the players.”