Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: "It was unnecessary [for the game to be nervy at the end], of course, because we had unbelievable chances. Their keeper made some good saves.
"It was difficult this game because Brighton are a good football side.
"For me Dele is not a midfield player, he is a player to play like he is playing, close to Harry. I think this is the best position for him," added Mourinho.
"He's the best thing that can happen to a coach because everybody speaks about him, you [media], the fans speak about him for the right reasons.
Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores said he "suffers" for the fans, players and owner after defeat at fellow strugglers Southampton.
The Saints came from behind to win with late goals from Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse, easing the pressure on their own boss Ralph Hasenhüttl and leaving the Hornets bottom of the Premier League.
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce told: "It took them a wonder goal for all the possession they had. We produced a bit of magic ourselves too, but of course, we had to defend and I think the players were magnificent in their work.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder:
"Can we forget about that period, please? We just dropped off our energy levels. The old saying '2-0 is a dangerous scoreline' turned into 'oops, we're 3-2 down'.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho says he would "hate" anybody to say he had made an impact after their 3-2 victory at West Ham in his first game in charge.
"It's not about me, it's about the players and club.
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.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers speaking to Match of the Day: "We played very, very well considering we've come back from the international break. In the first 30 minutes we had control of the game and had chances to go in front.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery: "We will take one good result to give us the confidence and chance to improve. Today we lost that opportunity.
"I can understand how the supporters feel about the team and about me.
"I think it is not the main thing to talk about the situation. It is not the moment to talk about individual positions," Silva said.
"We have to look what is best for us as a club and for myself and the players as well - but always the club has to be at the top.