Burnley head into the international break in fine form after their 1-0 win over Everton.

Jeff Hendrick was the match-winner as plenty of Sean Dyche’s men impressed.

Who was your man of the match? See if you agree with our player ratings below

Nick Pope 8

The Clarets' stopper was in fine form, pulling off a couple of smart stops and commanding his area well.

Matt Lowton 7

Defensively sound and looked to get forward when he could. A couple of decent first half crosses created half-chances.

James Tarkowski 7

His partnership at the back with Ben Mee keeps getting better and on days like this it's unthinkable that he isn't in the England squad.

Ben Mee 8 

Another Claret who is continually overlooked by the England boss. An absolute rock at the back. 

Erik Pieters 6

A couple of early ventures forward led to chances but his afternoon was, eventually, ended by Coleman's horror tackle.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson 6

Struggled to get into the game at times and didn't rediscover his pre-injury form.

Jeff Hendrick 8

Kept busy in the middle of the park but worked well with Westwood. Took his goal superbly. 

Ashley Westwood 7

Quieter than usual but effective both defensively and on set pieces. Corners were looking dangerous even before Hendrick's goal.

Dwight McNeil 7

Another performance which defies his age and relative inexperience. Kept Coleman busy until fullback was sent off.

Ashley Barnes 6

Didn't quite get the better of Mina and Keane but worked hard. 

Chris Wood 6

Not much in the way of service for the big Kiwi but tried to keep the Everton defence occupied.

Charlie Taylor 7 

Came on for the injured Pieters and looked like he had never been away. Gave the Clarets a different impetus.

Jay Rodriguez 6

Replaced Barnes straight after the goal and was a good outlet as the game wore down.