Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "We will remember this one - we look so dangerous when we get he ball and go forward against arguably the best team in the world.
"They are an unbelievable team and to get a result and defend like we did and create as many chances... we should have been three or four up but for some good goalkeeping. It's hard to take the ball off them. They can football teams to death but with the pace and threat we have, we look dangerous every time we go forward.
"It does not matter where you win the ball it's that you are positive when you get it. The team shape was spot on, but individually they had to dig deep against some of the best players in the world. That's part of the game."
On reports of racist abuse: "I've seen it on the video, it was Jesse and Fred and the chap must be ashamed of himself. It's unacceptable and I hope he will not be watching any football any more."
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "Yes we lost but I congratulate my team: my players were fantastic, we are a fantastic team. They are so fast, so quick and sometimes when you lose the ball it is more difficult. We tried, we got to the last third many, many times and they can run. Maybe a bit more than usual."
On the title race: "We have to try to continue; there are many things to play for. It's difficult because the opponents are on an incredible run winning 15 games out of 16."
On reports of racism: "Of course [it's not acceptable]. I think the club are making a statement and I support that."