Burnley boss Sean Dyche was left ruing “a mad six minutes” as his side were beaten 3-1 by Everton at Goodison Park.

Ben Mee – who made his 200th top-flight appearance - put the Clarets in front with an emphatic header from Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s cross early in the second half.

But the hosts hit back through ex-Burnley defender Michael Keane before Andros Townsend scored a stunner from distance and Demarai Gray added a third on the break.

It is the third time Dyche’s men have dropped points from a winning position this season and leaves the Clarets still searching for a first league win of the campaign.

“I was very pleased up to the goal as we controlled a lot of the game away from home,” said the Burnley chief.

“We conceded an awkward first and then after that (it was) the madness of football. We have a mad six minutes and the game has got away from you.

“That is something we have to get a grip of as it has happened twice this season with the Brighton game.”

The Clarets are back in action on Saturday afternoon when they welcome Arsenal to Turf Moor (KO 3pm).