MATCH of the Day pundit Alan Shearer believes Sean Dyche would have told Ashley Westwood he should have tripped Nathan Redmond in the build-up to Southampton's equaliser on Saturday.

The Saints last-minute leveller was filled with controversy, with Burnley losing possession when referee Bobby Madley got in Westwood's way in the centre circle.

From that attack Redmond spread the ball wide to Josh Sims and his cross ended up with Manolo Gabbiadini turning in to fire home an equaliser.

Dyche had wanted a free-kick for a pull by Gabbiadini on Kevin Long, but Shearer felt that wasn't a foul. He did, however, suggest Westwood could have fouled Redmond to stop the attack building.

"The ref gets in the way of Westwood, Redmond's driving forward and the ball eventually goes in the box and falls to Gabbiadini. I don't think it's a foul on Kevin Long, it's a great touch and a great finish," Shearer said, as the Match of the Day pundits discussed the 1-1 draw last on Saturday night.

"I'm also sure, and people might not like it, but Sean Dyche will say (to Westwood) 'why don't you take him (Redmond) out?' Take the yellow card and foul him.

"It's the last minute of the game and I'm sure Sean Dyche will be saying 'give away a foul, take one for the team and have a yellow card'."

The pundits also looked at the goal Ashley Barnes scored to put Burnley ahead, with suggestions the ball went in off the striker's arm, but Frank Lampard felt the goal correctly stood.

"It's a possible handball, I don't think Ashley Barnes is attempting to, in fact credit to him for throwing himself at it," he said.

"It does come off his arm, for me that's still a goal."