Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "I thought the mentality was good from my players again. The first half was tight - two sides trying to open each other up and not give much away. When they went down to 10 men, Everton went more expansive and threw caution to the wind and then it was about game management.
"It is great for the club but we are certainly not getting carried away. The players deserve a lot of credit. It was a tough season last season and we have learnt from that."
Everton boss Marco Silva: "When you lose a football game it is always like that [disappointing]. I think we did more than our opponent but they are always a difficult team to play against. First half we were the better team on the pitch.
"The game was balanced and after 55-60 minutes the second yellow made things more difficult on the pitch. From set-pieces they were more brave than us. We have to be more brave.
"It is important to keep the faith in ourselves. Of course it is not easy for them [the fans]. They want more and deserve more and it is up to us to stick together."