Burnley manager Sean Dyche says that his side's reaction to Leicester going down to ten men contributed to their defeat.
The Clarets lost 2-1 to Leicester at Turf Moor despite the visitors playing most of the match a man down after Harry Maguire's early dismissal for a foul on Johann Berg Gudmundsson.
James Maddison gave the Foxes the lead from a free-kick but Burnley equalised through Dwight McNeil and looked the more likely to take all three points having the extra man advantage.
However Brendan Rodgers was left celebrating his first away win as new Leicester boss after substitute Wes Morgan scored the winner in the last minute.
The win kept Leicester in the top half of the Premier League but the table looks far less attractive for Burnley who are just a place and two points clear of the relegation zone after their fourth defeat in a row.
Afterwards Dyche admitted that his side had failed to make their extra man count.
He said: "First half we didn't get to grips with it really. They went to 10 men and I think it was so early it kind of shocked us and we didn't get to grips with it.
"Second half we adjusted it and we kept the ball better without really breaking them open. But it is difficult. Teams bank in with a 4-4-1 as they often do and they look for a counter.
"They didn't really counter many times and in the end they win it on a soft set-piece from our point of view."
The Clarets have two weeks off due to the international break and Dyche says that it has come at a good time for the squad.
"The clarity has to come," Dyche added. "[The international break] gives the chance for the players to clear their minds."
Burnley return to action on 30th March when they play Wolves at home.
They are 23/10 for a welcome three points with Wolves 5/4 and the draw 11/5.
Burnley are 8/1 to win the game 1-0.
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