Aaron Lennon came on as a Burnleysubstitute during the Premier League home clash with West Ham United, but he was unable to change the outcome of the game which ended in a stalemate.



West Ham United showed why they are fighting for a top-four spot during the game as they dominated from start to finish and were unlucky to leave without the three points on offer against Burnley who were second best throughout. In the end, the two teams had to settle for a share of the points.

Aaron Lennon is back at Burnley for his second spell at the club after the veteran winger spent some time in the Turkish league with Kayserispor. Since returning to Burnley, Aaron Lennon has spent more time on the substitutes’ bench than on the pitch.He came on for the last two minutes of the West Ham game in place of Dwight McNeil for his sixth appearance in the league this season. In total, he has played nine times for the Clarets this season including three appearances in the League Cup.

Burnley and West Ham United played out a goalless draw at the end of 90 minutes as the former sealed his status as one of goalless draw specialists in the Premier League era. OnlySouthampton and Brighton & Hove Albion (20) have been involved in more goalless draws than Burnley (19). Also, Burnley have now won once in 15 league appearances, which is the lowest win tally recorded by them since the 1970/71 when they had one win at this stage of the season and it ended in relegation to the second tier. Burnley fans would be hoping that the same outcome is not recorded this season.

Burnley are now winless in their last five Premier League matches after the Hammers draw and they will need to get those wins if they want to play Premier League football next season.