The major talking point from this weekend's Premier League action was without doubt Nemanja Matic's red card against Burnley, after the Serbian reacted angrily to a nasty challenge from Ashley Barnes which went unpunished.
This inspired Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho to voice his displeasure with Burnley and referee Martin Atkinson and he even went as far as to list the moments that the referee called incorrectly:
Following this, Jose was an absolutely miserable guest on Goals On Sunday, when he appeared on the Sky Sports show to complain about the media coverage of the Burnley incidents as well as previous Chelsea incidents, and did little else. Kammy was crushed.
But now, Burnley manager Sean Dyche has reviewed the film and he sat down with Burnley's official YouTube channel to give his thoughts on the events at Stamford Bridge.
For those of you who simply cannot bear Sean Dyche's voice which, lets be honest, sounds a bit like 'Ned' from South Park, then we have taken the talking points from the above video for you to read below.
Minute 30: Ashley Barnes dangerous challenge on Branislav Ivanovic:
He brings his leg up similar to how a goalkeeper would protect his body. Worst case scenario, in my opinion, it would be a yellow card.
Minute 33: Michael Kightly possible hand-ball in own box:
It hits Kightly on the thigh, then bounces up to his arm. That being said, usually, you'd expect that to be given.
Minute 43: Possible penalty for foul on Diego Costa:
Damned if you do, damned if you don't, for the referee.
Minute 69: Matic red card after Barnes challenge:
I must make it clear when you see it in slow mo it does not look pleasant, I find it hard to believe, however, that all these people - especially the manager - using very strong phrases didn't have any reaction at all at that live moment. I find that a hard one to accept. We can all use slow mo, things often look different.
So again, in even quicker summary: No, Yes, Maybe, No.
While there will be no winner in this argument between two managers with their club's best interests at heart, it is refreshing to see a Premier League manager take time out to study the footage of a previous game and give his honest (if perhaps a teeny bit biased, can you blame him?) opinion on the talking points which have filled the back pages. His point on a lack of reaction to the challenge apart from Matic is also very interesting.
We shall wait and see if Jose wishes to respond to this response.