18 days after securing automatic promotion back to the PremierLeague, Burnley won the Sky Bet Championship title with a 1-0 victory against rival Blackburn at Ewood Park. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime occasion,” Burnley said. Vincent Kompany, the manager of Clarets, said, “You can’t get much better.
After defeating their fiercest rivals to win the Championship, Burnley manager Vincent Kompany claims there is no better way to win.
According to Burnley manager Vincent Kompany, their victory over rival Blackburn to win the Championship “will be talked about for generations.”
The Clarets beat Middlesbrough 2-1
on Good Friday to clinch promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt, but they only managed to win one of the following four games, delaying what was always expected to happen.
However, following a shocking 2-1 loss to QPR last weekend their first loss in any tournament at Turf Moor all season they responded quickly, and Manuel Benson’s stunning goal after 66 minutes of the Lancashire derby was enough to give them the title with two games remaining.
“I’m overjoyed.Soon after the final horn at Ewood Park, he said to Sky Sports, “I’m really happy of the lads. “There couldn’t be a better, larger game for us to win the league, for someone who doesn’t know what occurs in this part of the world. It will be discussed for ages to come.
“I believed it to be a model for us and future events. Everyone has made a lot of the football we’ve played this season, but today we proved that we can slog it out. We played defense very well.The backline handled hazards so skillfully and with such bravery. We also enjoy that aspect of the game. We have no issues with hunting or pressing.It was challenging on the ball, but they did well.However, there wasn’t something out of the ordinary for us; we simply adjusted and performed admirably.