Josh Brownhill felt any time wasting from Burnley at Leicester City was simply game management and part of football amid complaints from the home crowd.
The Foxes supporters were quick to jeer the Clarets players any time they felt they were taking too long over re-starting play as Sean Dyche's side attempted to see out the contest.
Burnley twice led but were twice pegged back and in the end had to settle for a share of the spoils.
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The time wasting was certainly a grip for the home supporter but neither Brownhill or Dyche felt there was much in it as they gave their view post match.
"I think it is part and parcel of football," the midfielder said.
"You go through every game and whoever is winning is not going to speed things up.
"It is all about seeing the game out and for us we were not going to just get the ball back in and boot it up the pitch straight away because they have some quality.
"We wanted to calm the game down and take it at our pace and I think if it was the other way round I think everyone would do the same.
"I don't think we did it too bad because the referee would have probably booked players or the goalkeeper. It happens in football and you do anything to get that win and for us it is quite desperate at the minute."
Dyche meanwhile, was not fazed by the crowd reaction or interested in elaborating, simply saying supporters are entitled to express their view.
"I'm not really bothered one way or another," said the Turf chief. "Everybody pays their money to watch a football match so they can think whatever they wish."
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