We had to roll our sleeves up, but we managed to sneak the points away from Turf Moor, thanks to an injury-time penalty.

Once again, just like last season, it was a last minute goal that grabbed us the points and kept our 100 percent record against the Clarets in the Premier League.

It also gave us only our second away win in the league this season.

Burnley can feel a little aggrieved by the nature of the win, coming so close to a point but narrowly missing out. When they look back on chances created however, there was only one team who truly deserved the win.

Arsene Wenger was without Mesut Ozil after a bout of illness, so Alex Iwobi slotted into the German’s space in our attacking three. Aside from this enforced change, it was the same side that defeated tottenham.

We started well, but it was clear early on that Burnley had a game plan designed to frustrate and use the wide areas to feed Chris Wood in the box. It worked too, as they fashioned the better of the early chances.

Dyche’s side were working their opposite keeper far more than we were, and Petr Cech denied Gudmendssen with a fabulous save onto the post. Robbie Brady also tested Cech but the keeper again proved a match for the shot.

Aside From Lacazette’s shot that Pope saved comfortably, we had the usual mix of possession and passing, but we couldn’t pierce the Burnley defence. This was primarily down to one man, Jack Tarkowski. The man was everywhere, interceptions, tackles and clearances aplenty.

Nacho Monreal fizzed a shot wide and substitute Jack Wilshere saw his deflected effort go agonisingly wide with Pope beaten. It really looked like we were going to have to settle for a point.

That was until Tarkowski put his weight on Ramsey’s back in the box. It was a foul and Lee Mason didn’t hesitate to point to the spot. It was in extra time and if we scored it, then it would bag the points.

So much pressure on Alexis, but he fired it low to Pope’s right and just out of his reach. Burnley, Dyche and their fans weren’t happy, but we deserved it. Seventeen shots to eight and 64 percent possession spells it all out plainly.

It was the third time in a row we have bagged a winner in added time against Burnley. It was also the third time in a row we have gone to Turf Moor and won 1-0.

The nature of this win was the most pleasing factor. As a viewing spectacle, it was a measure of frustration. There were precious few occasions where flair was allowed to blossom, this was a game of elbow grease.

So for us to once again bare our teeth and give it our all - and this time away from home - was a real boon to us fans. Our midfield once again put a real shift in and that was the key to this game. If we had lost the centre of the park, then Burnley had enough about them to make it count.

We didn’t let that happen though, and we never let our heads drop. Another injury time winner shows that we have real desire in our squad. Now all we need is consistency.