Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "We saw a fantastic game today for the supporters, a really intense way to play. We came back in a fantastic way but then after the red card it is hard to defend."
On James Ward-Prowse's red card: "I haven't seen it so far. It's always a little bit a problem when we know Mike Dean is VAR because we have not always had a good history with him."
On whether his side may have held on for a point with 11 players: "It's still a long way to go for us. You could feel they were a little bit wobbling and we were absolutely believing in what we were doing."
On the winless start: "Tough. We knew it was a tough season with a tough schedule at the beginning. Yes we have still not won and this is the goal for the future."
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel told BBC Match of the Day: "It was deserved but it was a long way to go [to get it]. I liked the game, it was very entertaining with two intense sides. I liked the energy and the attitude. In the end we finally got the result right which is always the challenge and the target. It was a late one but a deserved one."
On Timo Werner's disallowed goal which was ruled out by VAR due to an earlier foul by Cesar Azpilicueta: "I think there was enough time for them [Southampton] to reset. Why go back after two or three crosses for this kind of challenge? I cannot believe this makes sense to use VAR like this."
"Is it really about time or is it about situations? It's more about where it is, do you have a chance, can you re-group? I [made] no connection from this challenge to the goal. The referee must have the freedom to let it go if he decides to have a fair, physical game.”