Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BBC Match of the Day: "It was an even game. After a slow start, we grew into the game and played some decent stuff.
"We missed the crowd behind the goal there to suck the ball into the goal, which happens so many times at this place.
"There were good players at the other end of the pitch. Their keeper made some fantastic saves.
"The quality in the defending was very good. I've said all the time we have a squad full of good players and good characters but now it's about kicking on after a poor start."
On debutant Edinson Cavani: "He gives us something different to what we have. We now have a centre-forward who is different to the ones we already had."
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard on BBC Match of the Day: "It's a tight start to the season and I think this is just a continuation of that. It was in the final third where we lacked today but the clean sheet was a big plus for us.
"Sometimes we want to be flexible. We looked at Manchester United and we had games last season where we were the better team but lost to them on the counter-attack."
On whether Cesar Azpilicueta should have been awarded a penalty: "Yeah, holding is allowed, but headlocks don't go on. I don't know why VAR didn't take long and there's also a monitor to look at. I think if the referee goes to the monitor he gives a penalty."