Brighton manager Graham Potter, talking to Match of the Day: "We didn't make the advantage count enough. We started the game well and forced a tactical change because we dominated, but the red card changes the game and we've got to make sure we don't get caught. We did, which we're disappointed with. We're disappointed with a point but we've got to move forward with it.
"Sheffield United defend the box and goal really well, they don't concede many chances, they have physicality on the break, and it's still complicated with 10 men but we're disappointed because we had that advantage for a while and we have to make it count.
"It's a good finish from Danny and it's been a big win for him playing three games in a week - I'm delighted for him."
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder, talking to Match of the Day: "There were some big moments in the game - [including] the red card.
"We showed an ambition to score - the turning point was at 85 minutes when we didn't take the chance to go 2-0 up."
On Jayden Bogle: "It's one to remember for the young man - he's come into the club and had to battle it out with George Baldock. He did a job defensively and he wanted to get himself up the pitch and support, which we did."