“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.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel :
"We have struggled in the last seasons to get points here - and we have the points. A win is a win - it's the most important thing for everything but we have to get better.
"It was tough, we know every game in the Premier League is going to be tough. We are still getting to know each other, we’ve got players coming in left, right and centre and it’s about getting to know each other better.
Tottenham wing-back Ryan Sessegnon to BBC Sport: "It was a very special moment - it has been a long time coming. I haven't played many games at the club for various reasons but it feels a special moment.
"The performance was a defeat - the result is not a defeat but the performance was a defeat and that's why we have to figure out what happened," said Klopp.
"Playing the way we played is not how we should play, and that's why my frustration about that is pretty high.
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira: "I don't know if 2-0 is well deserved for Arsenal, both teams didn't really create a lot of chances.
"The two goals we conceded were poor. And then for us, when we had that good moments, the momentum, we created two really good chances to get back into the game and we didn't take them, and that was the frustration today.
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.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp tells BBC Sport: "I know Manchester City won 3-2 but I have no idea about any other result. Congratulations to Manchester City, Pep Guardiola and all the supporters, we made it a tough race but you fought hard, we fought hard but this game was not the pinnacle of our skill set.
Spurs boss Antonio Conte “It was a perfect day for us. We got a place in the Champions League. I think for a club like Tottenham to play Champions League is a great opportunity. It was not easy because in England the league is very difficult.
Burnley interim manager Mike Jackson : "It's raw, we've got a group of players who are gutted. I don't think there is any other word to say about that. The effort they've put in since we came in has been brilliant.