"There were some big chances today," said the Fulham boss, whose side face Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City in their next three games. "It was probably always going to be a 1-0 game and we did everything in our power to win it.
"The way we are playing looks much closer to what we want. The way the team is evolving, we have some consistency in recent months," said Arteta.
"We are still giving things to the opposition - we did it against Benfica and we did it today.
Tottenham boss Mourinho, speaking to Match of the Day, said: "I don't think it was a performance from another galaxy but we were solid. We needed a game where the players could express themselves against a team that never gives up.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith told BBC Sport: "Not many people would have fancied us against Leeds and they make you work hard. We got an early goal and showed lots of character.
"We've got the chance [to finish in the top six] but there are some top teams in there.
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce, speaking to the BBC's Match of the Day: "I am just laughing about how bizarre this game was. Obviously, the most important thing for us was a clean sheet and a corner we converted very well.
Manchester City manager Guardiola, speaking to BT Sport: "It was really difficult. They have the physicality, they have the quality of players.
"After 10 or 15 minutes today we realised we were not going to paint anything beautiful.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl tells BBC Sport: "First half good, second half disaster.
"We deserved to lose today because in the second half we have not been playing what we should be against this team.
Brighton manager Graham Potter speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's sore, I'm bitterly disappointed with the result because I thought we were the team pushing all the way, trying to get the winner ourselves.
The British Government have reportedly contacted UEFA about the opportunity to host the whole of the upcoming European Championship’s in England.
According to recent newspaper reports, culture secretary Oliver Dowden has told UEFA that the current vaccination scheme in the UK will be advanced enough by the summer to allow fans to attend football matches before the rest of Europe.
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Manchester United have been linked with Raphael Varane for a very long time and the latest reports suggest that the Red Devils could move to secure his signing in the summer.
The 27-year-old central defender’s contract at the Bernabeu will expire in 2022 and Marca claim that Real Madrid would consider selling him if he does not agree a new contract.
Manchester City have reportedly set their sights on former Liverpool striker Danny Ings over a possible move in the summer.
According to a report by The Athletic, Manchester City are set to enter the transfer market for at least one striker in the summer transfer window amid uncertainty surrounding the future of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.
Emerging reports are claiming Premier League club Leicester City could be ready to make a summer move for former Newcastle United flop, Florian Thauvin, as Foxes head-coach Brendan Rodgers eyes new players.
Swansea City have shown real signs of progress in their bid to return to the Premier League this season, and head coach Steve Cooper has created a squad capable of promotion.
After the heartbreak of a Championship playoff semi-final defeat at the hands of Brentford last season, the Swans are right back in the mix for promotion once again.
Sports betting has a stigma around it, which is now slowly fading. Gambling, betting, and other such activities were usually frowned upon, but today sports betting has been legalised in many places worldwide.
We’ve arrived at gameweek 19 in the Premier League and as always seems to be the case at the minute, it’s another action-packed round of matches with no less than 16 Premier League fixtures between Saturday and Thursday.
Not too many football clubs out there are able to go from rookies to a dominant force in the Premier League. Yet, under Jürgen Klopp, the team has achieved just that. Having achieved a lot as the team's manager, Klopp has been able to drive home numerous successes and not least thanks to unique and talented players as Mohamed Salah, who has completely upended fans' expectations to deliver a sterling performance time and again.
It’s been almost 20 years since a French side won the Champions League, and following a heartbreaking defeat in the final for PSG last season, could 2020/21 finally mark the season in which the trophy returns to the country?
Back in 1992/93, Marseille lifted the trophy, beating AC Milan 1-0 at the Olympiastadion in Munich.
The rivalry between the two derbies has arguably never been an all-time interesting than in recent days, with Red Devils boasting of the all-time records of 13 out of the 26 seasons Premier League as against the recent 3 out of 5 trophies chalk by the Etihad.