Wolves boss Bruno Lage: "It was a mistake with the ball [for the opening goal].
"After that we had good moments with the ball. We tried to create chances. We didn't have the chance and they scored a third to finish the game.
Newcastle boss Eddie Howe said: "We started poorly and we weren't quite playing how we wanted to. Maybe the goal took the pressure off and then before half time we were excellent and we committed everything we had to the game and it's a valuable point for us.
“I was fortunate as a manager to be with Messi and if he scored two, he wanted three, if he scored three he wanted four, and if he got four he wanted five,” Guardiola said. “The top goalscorers, the strikers, they are never satisfied.
Former Manchester City captain Richard Dunne does not believe Pep Guardiola's tactical acumen is his greatest attribute.
"He has so many world-class players that do not play every week and yet he manages to keep them all happy and interested," Dunne told BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast.
Pep Guardiola Reaction “I am very pleased. (It was a) perfect afternoon. Before the start of the game I felt in our crowd that they were disappointed, but not sad about who we are as a team and what we have done in the last five years every three days.
The City boss has given his thoughts
"We started well from the first minute of the first half and second half. We didn't defend well, we were not aggressive enough. But the players up front, not just Gabriel for his incredible four goals, but all of them were brilliant.
Manchester City will be "marginally more disappointed" than Liverpool after Sunday's thrilling draw but both sides will be content with a point, according to former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker.
Everton boss Frank Lampard : "I was calm, I was not shouting and ranting at him. I wanted to know if offside in the build up but I have been told it wasn't in the build up.
"Go to VAR, they have two minutes to look at it and to think they have not given that as a penalty when it strikes him on the arm, in an unnatural position.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "After going behind, they defended so deep and so compact – it was incredible. They don’t lose the ball with Harry Kane and can run as well with Son Heung-min and Kulusevski.