"They scored - I don't know if it was a foul (on the goalkeeper) or not, but they chose to give the goal".
The England defender is set to be out for up to six weeks after he suffered a fracture in his lower left leg during the Reds' 3-1 win at Burnley on Wednesday.
Jurgen Klopp's men have started the season on a promising note with 12 wins and three draws in 15 league matches so far.
Arsenal fans would feel the exact same if Unai Emery went roaring onto the pitch, just like Manchester United fans with Jose Mourinho and Chelsea fans with Maurizio Sarri.
"[Nathaniel] Clyne is out for two weeks too, nothing serious but he is not in training".
There could be no blame apportioned to Mee, taking the ball cleanly, with no foul given, with Gomez' injury an unfortunate one.
But, before Klopp's comments, Dyche had spoken about his side's commitment in the tackle, and said: "I thought there were some excellent challenges".
"Hopefully he can finish the programme we did for him today".
"The table is nice to see but only our games matter and we cannot decide how City will play, so we will focus on things we can change, [like] our game".
"It's amusing, he didn't reference Daniel Sturridge's cheating", said the Burnley boss, who again played down an apparent verbal joust with Klopp following the final whistle.
Klopp responded yesterday: "Daniel Sturridge is no cheat".
"The game is really hard and sometimes a striker expects a tackle by jumping".
"I can't avoid it if people want to discuss Daniel, but on the other side I said what I had to say about that after the game, and different opinions are allowed obviously".