Sean Dyche has confirmed a report has been filed to the Soccer Affiliation after an altercation involving Ezgjan Alioski and Dwight McNeil in Burnley’s 4-Zero defeat to Leeds.
McNeil appeared to lean over Alioski, who was on the bottom on the time, and say one thing to the Leeds ace, which sparked a response.
Alioski put his palms to his ears whereas sticking his tongue out on the participant through the second-half on Saturday.
He then approached the referee and appeared to say, ‘did you hear what he stated to me?’.
Referee Graham Scott had a phrase with Dyche and Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa on the touchline at Turf Moor and in addition poke to Burnley captain Ben Mee and Leeds skipper Luke Ayling concerning the incident.
It’s unclear what was stated between the pair on the pitch.
In his post-match press convention, Burnley supervisor Dyche stated: “A report has come into the referee and that shall be handed on to the FA.
“Considered one of our gamers made the report and I used to be there to be a witness to the report, not the incident.
“The report has been made with the referee and that’s the place it should keep for now.”
In the meantime, Bielsa admitted he had not seen the response from Alioski.
He stated: “I didn’t see that there was an incident between the 2.
“If there was a gesture I didn’t see it.
“I noticed there was a dispute however I didn’t assume it was too completely different to what often occurs inside a sport.
“I would like the referee makes this public. I apologise [for not fully answering the question].”
Leeds took the lead simply earlier than half-time by way of Mateusz Klich, earlier than targets from Jack Harrison and a double from Rodrigo made it a snug afternoon for Bielsa’s facet.