BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche felt the decision to allow his side's opening goal in the defeat to Liverpool was a 'tough call' for referee Andre Marriner.

The Reds felt goalkeeper Alisson was fouled by James Tarkowski as Ashley Westwood's corner curled straight in.

Replays showed the Clarets defender did have his hand on Alisson's shoulder with the Liverpool No.1 booked for his protests.

The home side recovered from falling behind to beat Burnley 4-2.

"I don't know how that's judged any more," said Dyche. "Are you allowed to touch anyone or not, is it going over him, is it impeding?

"Tough call. If they go against you, you're unhappy, if they go for you, you say it was a good ball in."

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp had a different view, believing his goalkeeper had been clearly fouled.

"Usually it would have been disallowed, if the ref had a better view, I don't know exactly. I saw the first moment it is a foul, and then I saw the pictures, you cannot treat the goalie like this," said the Liverpool boss.