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.
"They started strongly in the second half, but the boys have got great resilience. You can be a good side by keeping the ball and creating chances from deep, but that's what we have (good counter-attacking).
"It was to be expected that Brighton would come on strong. Brighton are a good side. They have good football ideas and pass the ball. With a better selection of passes we could have scored more though."
Brighton boss Graham Potter speaking to Match of the Day: "I thought we started the second half really well. We looked like we might do something. With their goal they broke really well.
"We did a lot well but not enough. Leicester had opportunities and chances on the break.
"They started better than us. We hung in there and grew into the game. We were much better after the break.
"I saw their penalty - it didn't look the strongest appeal. Sometimes they go for you and sometimes they don't, but that's not the reason we lost the game."