Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, speaking to Sky Sports: "We started really well, controlling the game and creating chances, scoring a goal that was disallowed, in a very disappointing way, we kept going and didn't allow any shots on target and suddenly we concede a penalty and the game changes completely.
"We took risks in the right way, we could have scored three or four, we totally deserved to win the match but put ourselves in a difficult position.
"We have to just focus on the boys playing away in Europe and arriving here with the desire to go all the way to the 97th, 98th minute."
On Alexandre Lacazette's injury: "He felt his hamstring so we don't know. We have to rotate players, we have players who didn't recover from the game on Thursday. That is the risk. You cannot change those players every game."
Fulham boss Scott Parker, speaking to BBC Sport: "My team were relentless today with passion and desire. Of course we understand that sometimes you need a bit more than that. We've come to a very good place where they play good stuff and got our noses in front.
"I understand that [Saka offside] one. It is factual. I don't agree with it but it is either offside or not offside.
"The one that does us I just don't understand. Holding is standing in an offside position. He is two yards away from my goalkeeper and three yards away from the goalline.
"We were so close today, so it's been painful. As disappointed as I am now and the team are, we'll wake up tomorrow and we will fight again and keep going. You see a team with effort, desire, with spirit and with that we've got a fighting chance."