DERBY County suffered a second successive home league defeat as they were beaten 3-0 by Burnley.
First-half goals from Danny Ings and Sam Vokes left the Rams facing an uphill struggle before Johnny Russell had a penalty saved after the break.
Ex-Derby defender Jason Shackell then added a third for the visitors to cap a miserable afternoon for Nigel Clough's men, who head into the international break on a low point.
Ings opened the scoring after 14 minutes, latching on to a neat flick from Keith Treacy and speeding past Jake Buxton before prodding a shot wide of keeper Lee Grant.
The Clarets added a bizarre second goal in the 32nd minute when Kieran Trippier's deep cross from the right was inadvertently diverted back into the danger zone by Kieron Freeman and Will Hughes hooked the ball against Vokes and into the net.
Referee Andy Madley then awarded the Rams what appeared to be a soft penalty when Shackell seemed to win the ball cleanly from Martin.
The Rams could not make the most of it, anyway, as Russell's 64th-minute spot kick was kept out by Heaton.
Then, after 73 minutes, Treacy's corner from the right skimmed off the head of Richard Keogh and Shackell sent a sweet low volley past Grant.