Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tells Match of the Day: "We didn't win it so we didn't do enough to win it. We should have done better and it's a disappointing goal to concede. It's happened too many times when we're on the attack and we're still well organised enough behind it we just don't deal with the situation well enough."
On Martial's goal: "Anthony scored a good goal. Unfortunately he got a knock and was injured. Very pleased with him and his performance."
On Ronaldo not starting: "Me and him we understand more than the experts for example. It's about picking the right moments to play him, to not play him. He's not a young puppy anymore but he's as professional as ever and ready to come on and he came on today with energy and attitude."
On if he can turn performances into wins: "We can't say we deserve more points because when you don't score goals you don't. We have to get used to teams dropping off more. Today we dominated but similar to Villarreal we're too open on the break and we need to sort that out."
Everton manager Rafael Benitez tells Match of the Day: "We played against a very good team. It's not easy to get a result here and we did well. We concede a late goal that maybe we were not expecting but the reaction of the team in the second half was quite good. It's a pity the last one because it's offside but it could be even better but we are pleased with the way we played and the result at the end.
"We are doing well. We have some problems with injuries and still the team is working really hard and reacting really well. You can see the team spirit and the fans will appreciate that and the players will appreciate the support of the fans so you can see now we have a very good understanding."