Brighton boss Graham Potter, speaking to MOTD: "I don't think Everton had so many chances but we helped them, second half certainly. To concede just before half time was a blow for us and then we didn't start the second half so well.
"I think we contributed a little bit to our downfall today and that is something we need to be better at.
"No problem with the players, they kept going and kept trying. Decision making in the second half is where we could do better.
"We have conceded all our goals against Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton and they are want you consider to be top sixish teams.
"We are punished for not too much and at the same time today we contributed a bit ourselves."
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti, speaking to MOTD: "Brighton played well. We played well also. We managed the situation of the game well. We had composure defensively and had opportunities on the counter attack. The performance was complete and this was the reason we deserved to win."
On James Rodriguez: "As I said on the first day, the players with quality have not a problem with that (settling in). The quality is there because football is not so complicated. The pitch is always the same, the opponents are always 11, the ball is the same, the goal doesn't move. Football is simple. It is not complicated."
On Dominic Calvert-Lewin's impressive start to the season: "There is not just one reason. He is confident, we are seeing him improving and he is scoring goals and that is the most important motivation for a striker. This is the moment of Dominic Calvert-Lewin now.
"We are optimistic now for 15 days because there is a break but then we will have a fantastic test, the most difficult test against our neighbours."