Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "The players should be congratulating themselves on taking a point from the leaders but it wasn't to be. I have praise for my own team for having a go, if you can be bold enough to praise your team when you're not winning.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson: "I thought we weathered the early storm well. We controlled an opponent in very good form.
"Eventually they scored a good goal, but the second goal was a little unfortunate as we were starting to grow into the game and looking a little bit likely ourselves.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers said he did not want to put any pressure on his players.
"My senior players are first-class," said the former Liverpool and Celtic boss. "The spirit is very good and they understand we are trying to create something here we can sustain.
Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka was involved in an angry confrontation with his own supporters as Crystal Palace came from two goals down to earn a point in an ill-tempered atmosphere at Emirates Stadium.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "After the international break, to play here at Selhurst Park and create a lot of chances was good. We played well but didn't score too many - but we didn't concede.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's hard to accept. We were a bit unlucky with the decisions.
"We scored a goal and took the lead but we had other chances, especially in the first half.
Norwich manager Daniel Farke said he "expected there would be difficult times" in the Premier League as his injury-hit side were beaten by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
"When you see the five minutes go up on the board it was a bit of a deja vu situation.
Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo says his team's dramatic draw at Crystal Palace is the "starting point" for their Premier League recovery.
"This is football. We have the spirit, the heart and the character to believe until the end," said Nuno, whose side have regular Thursday night Europa League matches adding to their fixture list this season.
Streetwise Crystal Palace's Old Trafford win just the latest Roy Hodgson away day masterclass
Roy Hodgson could do nothing but smile when informed in his post-match press conference that he had become the first Crystal Palace manager to beat Manchester United in the Premier League after their stunning 2-1 victory on Saturday.