"Let's give Burnley credit. They worked extremely hard, they got the goals and obviously we missed a few chances," conceded Mowbray, whose team are two points adrift of safety in the top flight."We started to control the game and then found ourselves 1-0 down to a great strike. The strikers of Burnley showed great desire and quality around the final third, which was probably the difference."We lacked the clinical touch and those problems have been around us all season."Burnley manager Coyle felt victory provided the finest chapter in his side's fairytale campaign.Coyle led the Clarets to within two minutes of the Carling Cup final - a run that included wins against Fulham, Chelsea and Arsenal - and they are currently three points shy of a play-off place in the Championship."It's probably the best [upset] because it's the one that counts just now and the Carling Cup is finished," said the Scot.