Wolves caretaker boss Steve Davis to Sky Sports: "It was disappointing, I share the pain with the supporters, Defending was poor, we haven't done well enough in our box and we weren't clinical enough in their box.
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte to BBC Sport: "The most important thing is to get three points after a defeat. It was not easy for us because of how we started. We played well but conceded a penalty and went 1-0 down.
Brighton boss Graham Potter speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "Fantastic execution for that final free-kick - topped off an amazing performance for Alexis [Mac Allister]. He was incredible, so unlucky to not have the other fantastic strike, calm with the penalty, so he's had a top afternoon.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, who was banned from the dugout today and watched from a hospitality area, : "It was a good view, a lot of support around me and I have the experience now so there's no need for a repetition.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers: "It was a culmination of everything. We've been here the last time, 2-0 up and we stopped taking the ball and gave the initiative to them [in the 2-2 draw with Brentford on the opening day].
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, speaking to BBC Sport, said: "It's not been such a difficult week. We had an excellent win at Leeds and a brilliant final which we lost.
"We tried to do well in effort and it's like a broken record as we deserved to win at home and we gave half a chance away and got punished from nothing.
Watford boss Roy Hodgson t: "I didn’t see it coming at half-time. We were disappointed with the two goals we conceded in the first half. They were individual errors. I thought we’d done enough in the first half and showed enough threat.
Everton manager Frank Lampard : "We had a plan and the players stuck to it, no matter what happens, no matter if they scored.
"It’s far from done, but they can be really happy with what they’ve done on the pitch today.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "I think over the course of the game the scoreline is a little harsh.
"We started well and [Spurs keeper] Hugo Lloris makes a good save from Ayoze Perez and we played with confidence.
"In the last couple of games, we played really well, but in the final third we couldn't find the killer pass," Brendan Rodgers told
"Maybe that is a lack of energy because of the number of games we've played - the speed of our attacking combinations is not quite as we want it.
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe said: "To score so late in the game is a massive lift for everybody.
"I thought we had the best chances. Leicester were probably in control of the game but we had some really good moments and I thought our defensive resilience in the second half, as Leicester took control of the ball, was excellent.