Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers talking to BBC Match of the Day: "We're disappointed not to have won the game. I thought we started both halves slow.
"We should have won having gone 2-1 up. We gifted them two goals really, which we're disappointed with. Our concentration and organisation wasn't quick enough in one or two players. But what we did was show a fantastic mentality to come from behind against a really good side with top-level players.
"Against a top team it might be deemed a good result but we should win that game. But they've come from a tough game in midweek and battled to get a point.
"These players are still learning and still young and there's elements we will be better in going forward. It was a great fight today - we worked our way into the game with some real moments of quality and eventually played very well.
"It's been a long period form December. We'll go away, come back and get back to being consistent."
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard talking to BBC Match of the Day: "We were the better team in the first half, in terms of how we moved the ball, and we created some gilt-edged chances. In the second half we weren't so fluid and they created some good chances themselves.
"Toni Rudiger and Andreas Christensen were really good. Toni was aggressive - the second goal is a really great header - so I'm really pleased with him."
On Willy Caballero: "His performance was pretty good - he makes a good save, he's comfortable with his feet, there was not much you could do with either goal."
Chelsea still underdogs for the top four: "We were underdogs at the start of the season. Not many people gave us the top-four slot and I understand why, and it's probably the same now. We've come to Leicester, who everyone's raving about, quite rightly, and we've got a point. We move on."