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  1. Danilo's long-range effort for City, Gudmundsson volleys in leveller
  2. Aymeric one of six Man City subs; Lennon starts for Burnley
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By Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'We have to do the ugly stuff'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City


    Burnley manager Sean Dyche, speaking to BBC Sport: “I was really pleased. City are a top class side. We’ve been beaten 3-0 and 4-1 by them in our two previous games. We had to change something. We didn’t really play with the quality needed in the first half.

    “In the second half, City started really well and we had to dig in and do the ugly stuff. Then the confidence started to build. We started putting quality into their box, and in the end it was a fantastic ball and a fantastic goal.

    “We don’t dominate too many games with the ball so we’ve got to keep our shape. You can’t all be glory. Not when you’re us. You have to do the ugly stuff. But we still have some fine quality and we showed that with the goal.

    “We’re not saying we’re the real deal but we’re working hard to be better than last season and we’re doing that.”

  2. 'We have a fantastic mentality'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City


    Burnley boss Sean Dyche, speaking to Sky Sports: "A fantastic mentality. We're on a tough run at the minute - no wins in nine even with that result but that's a big result.

    "It's a point we just about earned. I say just because Sterling had a great chance but Ederson also made a fantastic save.

    "We've got a lot of injuries at the moment but we have the mentality to force the issue and scored a fine goal.

    "We don't lack belief. We've got to add quality and understanding of the Premier League but the collective spirit here is brilliant and that's a powerful thing. It's a vital cog in what we do.

    "We got stronger and stronger and were really taking the game on in the last 15 minutes.

    "We're concentrating on the reality of what we are - just trying to build more and more, season by season."

  3. 'Burnley are the most British of teams'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport: “Of course we are frustrated in terms of the result but the performance was outstanding against a Burnley side who are the most British of teams in terms of long balls and the way they play.

    "But football is about goals. We needed to score the second, third and fourth when we had the chance. When you arrive in the last 15 minutes at Burnley 1-0, this is what can happen. I’m sad for the players because we played so well.

    "What they have done this season, Burnley, is amazing. We controlled the game, but when we arrived in the last minutes at 1-0, there is danger."

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    Ryan: Not happy at all with the way we played. Burnley made us look average in the last 15 mins and I couldn't even look at Sterling after that miss. Dismal.

    Rajeev: City look tired. I guess Sterling could do with some rest, it was very hard to play so early after the last match. Some rest to first team players would do some good.

  5. 'An outstanding performance'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to Sky Sports: "We played so good, we just missed the last moment to try to score the second one and playing away in the Premier League, in the last 10 minutes anything can happen.

    "I'm so happy for the performance, it was outstanding overall.

    On Sterling's miss: "Anything can happen in football - next game he is going to score.

    "Ederson made two good saves, really good. But it was not the key point for dropping two points.

    "Danilo scored a fantastic goal - he has the talent to score this kind of goal."

  6. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Pep Guardiola has just been asked by Sky Sports how he assesses the result.


    Full quotes to follow...

  7. 'Burnley got what they fought for'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester city captain Vincent Kompany, speaking to Sky Sports: “We never doubted this league was competitive. We were warned for this kind of situation. We knew we would have to take our chances. We created some chances in an incredible manner but we probably ran out of steam because we kept trying and trying and trying, and in the end, we got punished. But we don’t have to feel sad because our performance was good.

    “Raheem Sterling has been incredible for us. He’s scored more last-minute goals for us than anyone in this league. But today it didn’t quite happen. But I give top marks to everyone for the way they handled this game.

    “There’s one thing you know when you play Burnley, they’re well-organised and well-disciplined. I thought we handled every game against Burnley so far well. Today they got what they fought for. They got a goal in the last 10 minutes and never stopped believing. We have to make sure we finish games a little earlier next time.”

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    Liz Tray: Sterling has had a superb season. He doesn't deserve the slagging off he's getting - the whole team missed chances before that sitter. Not sharp at all in the final third.

  9. 'A great result for us'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City


    Burnley scorer Johann Berg Gudmundsson, speaking to Sky Sports: “It was a great ball from Lowts [Matt Lowton] and it was nice to get the goal. It was really good today. That was a credit to us. 1-1 is a great result for us.

    “We know they like to play football from the back and it’s tough to press them. But we got better in the second half.”

  10. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    It was indeed a horrible miss by Sterling, but City in general were not their usual ruthless selves in and around the penalty area today.

    Too many passes were played just that split second too late to find the onrushing man or they took the wrong option.

    Burnley put in a tremendous amount of blocks too.

  11. 'We kept at it'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City


    Burnley captain Ben Mee, speaking to Sky Sports: "I thought we got stronger as the game went on. They’re going to have a lot of the ball but we kept at it. We were very pleased with that.

    "We’ve played a lot of the top teams in that period so we’re not too downhearted about recent results. This gives us a great boost."

    On his effort, saved by Ederson: "I was trying to get my shot on target, they’re hard to judge but he’s a good keeper. The header I also had felt like a missed opportunity. I could have done better with it."

  12. 'Freakish miss, freakish result'

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    That was a freakish miss from Sterling and in some ways it's a freakish result with the amount of chances that Man City had.

    At the beginning of the season City would have put 3, 4 or 5 away but it wasn't to be today and Burnley earned the draw in the end.

  13. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    It's also a welcome point for Burnley after picking up just one in their five previous matches.

    Sean Dyche's side are now on 36 points in seventh. Safe from relegation, barring an unprecedented decline, can they keep hold of this position all the way?

    Manchester City are 'just' 16 points clear at the top of the table, with second-placed Manchester United taking on Huddersfield at 15:00 GMT.

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    Mark Taylor: It just shows, you can be positive against City and reap the rewards. Pity more teams don't . Bravo Burnley.

    Ahmed Muhammed: Hats off to Sean Dyche for making Burnley play this football!

  15. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    That's only the fourth game that Manchester City haven't won this season.

    The visitors took the lead on 22 minutes through a superb curling strike by Danilo and victory seemed a formality.

    But Pep Guardiola's side couldn't capitalise on long periods of pressure, with Raheem Sterling somehow missing an open goal at the back post.

    That galvanised Burnley and the hosts sent City into a frenzy, deservedly levelling when Johann Berg Gudmundsson turned in Matthew Lowton's delicious cross.


    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    City come forward but De Bruyne's cross is smothered by Nick Pope.

    And that's that. Burnley secure a point against the league leaders!

    Manchester City's Raheem Sterling

    The frustrated Ashley Barnes clatters into Nicolas Otamendi and is shown a yellow card.

    One last attack for City?

  18. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Burnley are doing a good spoiling job though, hassling and harrying the City players.

    Here come the hosts down the left, with Gudmundsson in space...but Kyle Walker does well to get back and force Burnley back.

  19. Post update

    Burnley 1-1 Man City

    Ashley Barnes tries to work it out in the corner and is furious to see the linesman award a throw to City.

    The visitors clear...