Maxwel Cornet's winner saw Burnley earn a vital victory over struggling fellow side Everton in their bid to stay in the Premier League.
two bad mistakes by Jordan Pickford and Ben Godfrey in the 85th minute
have seen the Ivory Coast Goalkeeper use it to lead Sean Dyche's side to their fourth win of the season.
The hosts took the lead in the 12th minute when an unmarked Nathan Collins scored at the back post from a corner. But the advantage did not last long as Richarlison stroked home the first of two penalties in the 18th minute when Ashley Westwood was adjudged to have tripped Anthony Gordon.
Charlie Taylor's superb blast led him to cross to equalize for Jay Rodriguez in the 57th minute. And although Everton created the better chances in the second half, In contrast, Everton's players and boss, Lampard, left the pitch dejected, with the 68-year-old living in the top flight under serious pressure.
Everton got hit hard to survive
The win boosted morale for Burnley and was devastating for Everton, who have won just two of their nine league games since Lampard replaced Rafael Benitez in January.Richarlison almost made a hat-trick when his overhead kick was saved by Nick Pope.Dominic Calvert-Lewin then headed home, while Gordon's good chance was blocked by James Tarkowski during a clean through.
However, as has been the case for most of the season, Everton were undone by individual errors as their poor away form continued.
Pickford mis-kicked a clearance out of play with his right foot, leading to a throw-in for which Burnley earned their win. It got worse when defender Godfrey also cut in from Matej Vydra's cross, allowing Cornet to finish.
Cornet gives lifeline to Claret
Burnley's stay in the Premier League has been less established than their opponents.In both halves they started well and scoring for the first time in five games through Collins' early goal.But Rodriguez's goal was crucial in re-affirming their status in the game.
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