Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to Match of the Day: "We should have scored many more goals.
"It was an excellent performance from the lads, when you see them going forward it is a joy to watch.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking on BBC 5 Live: "What a game. If you want to win against City you have to do something special and we had to be intense.
"When City started to control it more in the last 15 minutes, it was tense, but then you saw the quality and what the boys can do it.
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.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini: "I don't know if it was an unacceptable performance. We conceded the first goal from a corner that was not a corner.
"When you concede so many easy goals, it does not help.
"The most difficult thing for us was to match their energy," said Pochettino. "In the second half we were much better and matched them. I think they deserve one point.
"The reality is that, for different reasons, we are not showing the performances that we expect.
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.
Gomes, 26, was tackled from behind by Son and appeared to be injured by an awkward fall which prompted an anguished reaction from players and fans close to the incident.
Former Everton winger Pat Nevin, who was the analyst for BBC Radio 5 Live at Goodison Park on Sunday, described the incident as "horrible".
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said it was a "step back for us" as his side's three-match winning run ended at Bournemouth.
"If you want to get into the top four you need to win games like this," said Solskjaer.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery says he feels "the responsibility" to improve results after Wolves fought back to claim a merited Premier League point at the Emirates. "I am very demanding of myself," Emery said.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "We had our good moments during the game but were not clinical enough, especially in the first half.
"I don't always believe we can win every game but I never give up.
Brighton manager Graham Potter: "It's pleasing to get three points against a team that carry a threat."We had to be disciplined and we were.
"We needed patience and understanding playing against side that carries a threat.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "The first half was unacceptable, it's as simple as that. Too many players were way off the mark.
"There were a couple of decisions that I felt went against that might have got us out of jail.