BOSS Eddie Howe insisted he had “no idea” why Neil Moss was sent from Cherries’ dugout after Burnley scored their second goal at Turf Moor on Saturday.

The goalkeeper coach was given his marching orders after Howe and assistant Jason Tindall had spoken with referee Mike Dean.

Moss’s departure came after Harry Wilson’s goal to make it 1-1 was chalked off for a judged handball by Adam Smith inside Cherries area at the other end.

With play brought back following a VAR check from Chris Kavanagh, referee Dean pointed to the penalty spot and Jay Rodriguez slotted home for the hosts.

Cherries went on to lose 3-0.

Asked about Moss having to exit the dugout, Howe told the Daily Echo: “I’ve got no idea. I think it was possibly for showing the decision on the iPad I think. Trying to take it over to the fourth official.

“It’s common sense to do that surely? If you feel there is an injustice.

“But obviously common sense doesn’t seem to be applied at the moment.”

Asked what his side were feeling in the dressing room after the setback, Howe added: “I think the players were very angry, without a doubt. There’s that feeling of injustice against us.

“We can’t do anything about it now, what we can do is use it to train well and prepare for our next match.”