Jay Rodriguez and Chris Wood got the goals as Burnley drew 2-2 at Aston Villa.

James Tarkowski also caught the eye at the back on a day where Sean Dyche’s side again fought back to pick up a point on the road.

Who was your man of the match? See if you agree with our ratings below

Nick Pope 7

Not much he could do about the goals and particularly unlucky with the second. A sharp save from Grealish in the first half and one late claim under pressure helped make sure of point.  

Matt Lowton 7

Exposed at times in the first half and dragged out of position for Villa’s second. Day will be remembered for Chris Wood assist though.   

MAN OF THE MATCH: James Tarkowski 8

Wants to be back in the England squad and outshone Tyrone Mings here. Particularly impressive in the second half as he snuffed out numerous Villa attacks.

Ben Mee 7

A solid display from the skipper who put in several key blocks and wasn’t afraid to put his body on the line. Partnership with Tarkowski key for Clarets.

Erik Pieters 7

Some shaky moments in the opening 45 minutes as Villa had joy down the flanks but now has three assists for the season after laying on goal for Rodriguez.

Jeff Hendrick 6

Improved in the second half when moved more centrally but struggled to make a real impact on game, seeing one shot deflected over. Not on par with recent performances.

Jack Cork 6

Subbed at the break due to his shoulder problem. Wasteful in possession a couple of times in the first half as Burnley failed to get a grip on the game.

Ashley Westwood 6

Part of a midfield that couldn’t handle Grealish and McGinn in the first half. Like the whole side, improved as game went on.

Dwight McNeil 7

First-half free-kick kissed the top of the crossbar. Moved more central in the second half in a change of shape and proved he can also play a role off the front.

Chris Wood 7

One first half chance came and went when he failed to make proper contact with a header but made no mistake late on for third goal in two games.

Ashley Barnes 6

Booked for dissent on a day where battling with defenders and officials overtook the good work he can do leading the line. Put in a decent shift from the left in the second half.  

Jay Rodriguez 7

A first league goal since his return capped a good 45 minutes for the frontman. Playing from the right in three-man attack could point to future of Clarets’ attack.

Robbie Brady 6

Entered the fray late on tasked with helping see out the draw and stuck to his task well.