Ashley Westwood’s stunning goal helped Burnley come from behind to defeat Leicester City in premier league match on Sunday.

Burnley-born Harvey Barnes opened the scoring for the Foxes at the 33rd minute after Jack Cork was dispossessed just inside Burnley’s half.

Chris Wood took advantage of Burnley’s improvement in the second half to equalize for his side.

Sunday’s match wasn’t a very good one for Leicester after several desperate attempts to score. Jamie Vardy’s penalty shot was saved by keeper Pope after Barnes was fouled by Mee.

Then Westwood thundered home a low drive 11 minutes to time for Burnley to earn their first points in five games.

The result means Burnley have gone up to 14th position, five points clear of relegation while Leicester, who have now lost four times in their last six league games, remain third in premier league.