Chelsea manager Frank Lampard to Sky Sports on what made the difference today: "The clinical nature in front of goal. We were the better football team in the first half - in possession, chances we matched them at least.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to the BBC: "We all saw that before - a team full of confidence and one that lacks confidence. The team with confidence scored and then we had to find a way back.
"We didn't lead the game with the ball after the red card," said Stellini. "We had the chance to control the game better than we did and you have to do it with the ball, You have one extra player, you have to move the ball side by side but sometimes we were rushing.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers, speaking to Match of the Day: "Football can be harsh. We didn't think we deserved that [to lose] at all. First half we had to defend well, we didn't keep the ball well at all.
Brentford manager Thomas Frank, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's a good point but the thing is we were in front three times in the game and with that in mind, even though in periods Brighton dominated, we never looked like losing.
Bournemouth boss Gary O'Neil, speaking to BBC MOTD:
"We had a tough start and you go 1-0 down at home in a big game it's a real test of character and belief. The lads showed everything you need to give yourself a chance in a relegation scrap.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "From the first minute until the 93rd minute, it was almost the perfect performance. Even 0-1 down, we were playing well and Jack [Grealish] made a good save to stop a potential 0-2.
Crystal Palace caretaker manager Paddy McCarthy, speaking to Sky Sports: "Lots of positives to take from the game, we worked their goalkeeper on an number of occasions. We started well and created the two clear cut chances at the start of the game.