Valentino Livramento's eye-catching display for Southampton highlighted one Burnley question but the young Saint admitted he is still learning after being caught out for the Clarets opener.

The teenager headed the home side level after Maxwel Cornet had escaped his attention to put Sean Dyche's side ahead.

The two sides traded a further two goals in an entertaining 2-2 draw in which Livramento was a constant thorn in Burnley's side.

His rampaging runs down the right presented Charlie Taylor with a problem as the Saints doubled up down that flank, taking advantage of Maxwel Cornet's defensive naivety.

The Ivorian was once again a standout Burnley performer but when playing wide on the left his defensive deficiencies were exposed.

Too often he drifted inside or stayed high and the home side capitalised on countless occasions with Taylor producing his best performance of the season in the face of the threat.

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Of course Cornet produces so much going forward while he is still learning the Burnley patterns of play and the Dyche framework.

Whether his long term future is on the left of a midfield four or more advanced in a number 10 or central striking position remains to be seen.

Speaking after the contest about his positioning, Dyche said: "I think that's the balance, understanding the difference in the Premier League with turnovers and transition.

"In the last 15 minutes of the first half he was just getting too high up the pitch, allowing them to break into the pocket in behind, so that's why we changed it."

As for Livramento, who celebrated his first senior goal, he felt a draw was about right and admitted to his mistake for the Burnley opener.

“We had more chances I think definitely in the first-half, goal-scoring opportunities but they just didn’t fall our way and we didn’t take our chances but I feel like Burnley had a few chances where they could have hurt us," he said.

“You can look at it and say that a point is fair but at the end of the day you want to take three points from every game possible.

“It’s a little learning curve for me individually, maybe letting my man get across me for the header in the first goal but I’m just trying to learn and take everything in."

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