Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to BBC Sport: "It's always a tough game here. I liked the first half. It was two teams that wanted to play, create, defend and make things happen.
"They were the dominant side without goals but then a massive game-changer in the last seconds which was good for us. We had to adapt to that and we did.
"We decided to bring Thiago on early because it was 11 v 10 and a player like him can command the rhythm. It was the perfect start for him and the boys helped him massively."
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "For chances the first half was very even. The red card changes the face of the game, the talk I do at half-time, and it forces me into a reshuffle. It was always going to be difficult after that.
On the red card: "I think it could be given or not. I was perhaps surprised it was given as a yellow first. If it was given as a red straight away, you continue with that."