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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

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  1. Post update

    That's all from me tonight.

    We'll be online again for the Europa League draw tomorrow. And you can follow Burnley's big Premier League match with Manchester United on Sunday.

    See you then!

  2. Get Involved


    Josh Bunting: Great to see Vydra score tonight. That’s the first of many this season. Only on for a short time but he made so many good runs into space.

  3. 'No disappointments, just learning'

    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)


    Burnley boss Sean Dyche on BT Sport: "I thought we dominated the game and dominated chances. The biggest bug bear is you've got to take your chances. We created enough chances.

    "I wanted our team to get back to their identify and I feel that clearly happened today. No disappointments, just learning. We were effective.

    "I thought we had so many chances, it could easily have gone our way. I think the whole club will learn from this. It bodes well for the future but we've got to use it wisely."

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    Sean Dyche is pleased with his side's performance and says Burnley will learn from this brief European experience.

    More from him very shortly...

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    Metin: Burnley should stay up comfortably now.

    Paul Salmon: List of teams from East Lancashire to 'actually' qualify for Europe in the last 50 years: Blackburn Rovers. Stop. Ouch.

  6. 'We haven't taken our chances'

    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)


    Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton to BT Sport: "We've gone about it great tonight but haven't taken our chances. There were a lot of positives but ultimately we're disappointed.

    "The important thing about our performance is getting back to what we're about. It was an excellent performance."

  7. 'Some days they go'

    FT: Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)


    Burnley forward Sam Vokes told BT Sport: "We created things all night and should have taken our chances - myself included. I thought we played in the right manner and attacked them all night. But we couldn't get over the line.

    "It's one of those. Some days they go in and some days they don't. We've had three tough rounds - the other two went to extra time.

    "It's been testing but it's important we get back on the training ground and focus on the Premier League."

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    Some thoughts from a few Burnley players coming up...

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    20 shots and five on target for Burnley. 60% possession too.


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    David Charnley, Burnley: Awful performances from our strikers. Us not signing some quality up top is why we'll never break into the top 6.

    Chris, Herts: This ridiculous qualifying process has derailed the start of Burnley's PL season. Getting into the group stage would have finished their entire season.

  11. Scots into group stages

    Celtic 3-0 Suduva (4-1)

    Celtic are still 3-0 up over Suduva (agg 4-1) and will be joining Rangers in the group stages if they can see out the last 10 minutes.

    You can follow that match here.

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    Defeat for Sean Dyche's men then, but it was a good performance. They have certainly given their fans some incredible memories.

    Istanbul, Aberdeen and Athens. A European tour to remember. It was just not to be.

  13. The European adventure ends

    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    Esther Jackson

    BBC Sport at Turf Moor

    Valiant effort from the clarets. But wasted opportunities cost Burnley deeply and their European adventure ends here. They have done incredible to get here and the fans are giving them a great reception as they leave the pitch.


    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    Burnley's short European run comes to an end.

    sAM vOKES
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    lfcway: Burnley going out must be a blessing in disguise. Teams find it hard playing Thursday, Sunday. Especially teams with small squad. Europa League is a curse. Better off having a good league run, surely?


    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    Goalscorer Daniel Podence jogs off the pitch. Job done for the striker.

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    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    Burnley have one more minute of European football left to play.

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    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    It just won't fall for Burnley. They are peppering the Olympiakos goal and the ball is bobbling around everywhere but somehow the Greeks get it clear.

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    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    The Olympiakos goalkeeper is all over the place at the moment.

    He comes for a ball he isn't ever going to get and it comes straight through to Sam Vokes. The Burnley forward isn't expecting it so it bounces off his head before Charlie Taylor is penalised for a foul.

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    Burnley 1-1 Olympiakos (agg 2-4)

    Burnley swing another ball into the box but the keeper's punch falls straight to Phil Bardsley. He needs to hit it first time but instead takes a touch and it's nicked off him.

    He sticks his leg out in an attempt to retrieve the ball but gets the legs of his opponent. He's lucky not to get a second yellow too.