Burnley boss Sean Dyche to BBC Match of the Day: "We had a strong second half in the Manchester United game and I expected us to carry that on but we were miles off to start. There were not enough players brave enough to get the ball into good areas.
"The main thing was we got a big response and we dominated the rest of the game from half-time onwards. We've got to perform for 90 minutes, that was the key.
"I'm a big fan of VAR, it looks like handball to me. You need those margins when you're not playing well to go for you and that didn't come to us."
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith to BBC Match of the Day: "We changed the system and I thought that we wanted to get on the ball and play. The lads looked really accomplished at it. We've only had a couple of days to work on it. A lot of them have played it before at previous clubs. We've been conceding too many goals and playing the three helped us get an extra head in the box.
"Burnley is a tough place to come and they know how to stay in this league but we felt we could compete with them. VAR played its part as usual but we scored two great goals as well.
"Jack Grealish is unfortunate to not have two goals today. I'm still not sure why it was disallowed looking at the still image. I thought theirs should've been disallowed for a push on Tyrone Mings."