Chris Wood was the star man as Burnley were 2-0 winners over Norwich at Turf Moor on Saturday. 

Below we take a look at the main talking points from the game. 

Both strikers now in the goals

It’s taken a while for Chris Wood to get off the mark but his two goals against Norwich City will give him bags of confidence.

The big frontman has played well in recent weeks but perhaps lacked the kind of service he thrives on.

On Saturday, he looked sharp and constantly got between the two Norwich centre backs. He probably should have completed his hat-trick in the second half.

It’s important for the Clarets to have goals from all their forward players and Sean Dyche will be delighted that Wood and Barnes are now contributing.

Norwich's naivety played into Burnley's hands

The Canaries looked superb against Manchester City last weekend but never really looked like reaching those heights at Turf Moor.

Their insistence on playing out from the back allowed the Clarets to press them back beyond their own 18-yard line and create chances from nothing.

The Premier League is a tough place to survive and Norwich’s lack of a plan B will hurt them in games.

Playing a certain way will only get you so far and it’s beginning to look like the success they found against City was probably more to do with the champions having an uncharacteristic off-day.

A less naïve side would have sensed they weren’t getting any joy by playing short from the keeper and mixed it up, as the Clarets do so well.

VAR leaves fans baffled again

The Clarets were denied what looked a stonewall penalty on Saturday and it was baffling that there was no VAR review… or was there?

There were no announcements in the ground to say that Kevin Friend, the VAR ref, was looking at the incident but apparently he did have a look and decided on-pitch referee David Coote had made the right call.

I don’t want to get bogged down in a rant about the Clarets never getting penalties but Ashley Barnes had his shins swiped as he charged into the Norwich box and for me it was an easy decision.

VAR is supposed to assist the referee but there was no assistance on Saturday and that’s what leads to fans’ frustrations.

It’s not about undermining the referee, it’s about making sure he gets the decision right and, unfortunately, he didn’t with the Clarets’ penalty shout. It will take some time to settle in but I think we’re in for a bumpy ride this season.