Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky Sports: "I liked a lot how we started. We scored a wonderful first goal. But then we weren't good in second ball situations. We have to pick them up much more often.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo on Jota: "He is always confident.
"We know a player's performance can go up and down. It's the right decisions, the right solutions we try to find to keep sustaining his performance - not only him, but all the team.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Match of the Day: "A very good win, two good wins and two clean sheets, some goals to celebrate, now we want to kick on.
"I thought first half we started by gifting them some good opportunities and gradually we created more and more chances.
Villa boss Dean Smith: "I try to defend the players but today was not good enough. We got what we deserved.
"We spoke about having a good start but in the first 20 minutes we never laid a glove on them.
Sheffield United are in a "good place" after reaching 40 points with 11 games to go but want to achieve much more this season, says boss Chris Wilder.
"We're going to be a Premier League team next season.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche, speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a strange kind of game. You saw the momentum change with us in the second half because the wind was that powerful. I know you're going to ask me about some interesting moments, but I felt we had good control after that.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard on Lo Celso's challenge: "Everybody knew they had made a mistake. We have the monitor and can view it and we were just waiting for the red card, not with any pleasure because it was a tackle that endangered the player.
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Real Betis were left to rue a dismal refereeing display after nearly putting a dent in Barcelona’s title hopes over the weekend.
Betis went into the game having won just one of their previous six league outings but produced a much-improved performance to give Barca an almighty fright.
There are very few things in this world that redefine the word certainty than Liverpool’s run to an unprecedented 19th Premier League title, a first in 30 years. Well, it has been a long time coming after years of rebuilding to the well-oiled machine that the current Merseyside team is.
Before the invention of computers, smartphones, and betting sites such as Sbobet, sports betting relied on a rookie who recorded the bets as well as the outcomes of the games. Sports betting in this era was handled from start to finish by people, but the computers and portable gadgets made it easier for one to bet from wherever they are.
Another game, another win for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool. But even compared to their other 20 victories in the Premier League this season, this one - against arch-rivals Manchester United - will have felt extra special.
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