Burnley boss Vincent Kompany bemoaned the consistency of officiating following his side's 2-0 defeat against Bournemouth.

Justin Kluivert and Antione Semenyo were on target either side of half time as the Cherries secured all three points at Turf Moor.

Josh Cullen had a goal disallowed at 1-0 after Jacob Bruun Larsen was judged to have committed a foul in the build-up.

“In the context of this game, you can allow or disallow this goal and have kind of a 50-50 divide,” Kompany said.

“But if you zoom out a little bit and put this goal against the goal we conceded against Luton, impeding a player while you’re not making contact with the ball, it’s exactly what happened in reverse.

“So in that moment you don’t give a foul and in this moment you do. That side of it is difficult to handle this season.”

Despite the result, Kompany felt there was a substantial improvement on last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.

“I did think we put in the energy that we needed," the Clarets chief added.

“We created I think more shots and chances than in any of the games we’ve played in the Premier League so far this season. And even after conceding the goal, we carried on.

“But the frustration is something that has to substitute into the next game. What we can’t drop is the energy levels we had today.”