"It's probably a missed opportunity but also a hard-earned point," said Pearson. "We've played better than that in our last two games, we worked exceptionally hard out of possession but we've got to be better in possession.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche : "You don't want to get too greedy, it's a good run of performances and results. I thought we did enough to edge it, we had a couple of golden chances and kept them to meagre ones.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho: "With a few draws of people in the same area of the table as us, it was very important to get three points. We still have an eye on fourth. It was a match where you know the quality of the opponent.
"We set ourselves up to be difficult to beat. If you look at the record we've got, we've done fantastically well. Now we have to get a little bit of quality in forward areas. We have to improve in the midfield too because the strikers need something to feed off.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, speaking to Sky Sports: "The goal was unfortunate because Guaita's done so well for us this season. He's made fantastic saves to keep us in games and get us three points at times.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "The red card changed everything, we felt a little bit bit hard done by on that decision - Jeff [Jefferson Lerma] was incredibly unlucky as there were other challenges in the game that didn't get punished with a yellow card which were worse than that.
"I'm angry and the players know I'm disappointed," Moyes said.
"In the main we were very good but for a couple of really silly mistakes. We offered a threat, as did they. The performance was good but it's tarnished by a couple of mistakes.