LONDON: Maxwel Cornet struck five minutes from time to give Burnley a potentially vital 3-2 win over Premier League relegation rivals Everton in a frantic match which swung from end to end.

Burnley had taken an early lead through Nathan Collins’ first goal for the club but then fell behind as Richarlison twice scored from the penalty spot before the break.

And the game swung again in the second half as Jay Rodriguez levelled in the 56th minute before Cornet’s first goal since his return from the Africa Cup of Nations in January gave Burnley their first win in six games, moving them to within a point of Everton in 17th place.

Frank Lampard’s men have now lost six successive times away from home in the league.