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08 December 2018, 12:15 | Anna Jefferson
Chris Hughton thinks his side deserved more at Turf Moor
Liverpool have announced that Joe Gomez has suffered a fracture to his lower left leg and is set to be sidelined for around six weeks.
Dyche highlighted the Liverpool striker's theatrics when defending his players from Klopp's criticism after Wednesday's game.
Just yesterday, Liverpool broke their own record by having their best start to the Premier League campaign in the club's illustrious history after beating Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor.
"I said after the first challenge, I don't know who did it, sliding tackle from six or seven yards, getting the ball, everybody likes it, I said to the ref "it's no foul but please tell them you can not do that", the German said in his post-match news conference.
Dyche sent his best wishes to the 21-year-old but insisted Mee had done nothing wrong.
With an ankle injury sustained by Joe Gomez the most significant of Liverpool's problems after yesterday's win, the German called for greater protection from what he perceived as Burnley's excessively aggressive approach to tackling.
"I think the only one that was questionable was from Bardo [Phil Bardsley]".
"Ben Mee's was a fantastic tackle and I think Gomez realised that".
"There are a lot of players who can play that position, especially in the way we play now". That left Dyche perplexed, and prompted the Burnley manager to say: "I notice he did not make any reference to Daniel Sturridge cheating". We will see what we will do but we have other options of course.
"There were some excellent tackles last night", Dyche said.
"We all want to win football games, and there are different ways of doing it".
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