Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers tells BBC Sport: "They are a brilliant bunch of guys and honest. We played the shape well and were causing them problems. The first goal was a huge disappointment and that gave them energy.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke speaking to Sky Sports: "Burnley reacted in their expected ways. They are such an experienced and established Premier League team. They realised they had problems and needed to disrupt the rhythm and provoke.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "We were way off of it. We have taken some enormous steps forward this season, but the goalkeeper kept us in the game. We never deserved anything form the game - off it from the first minute to the 90th, no excuse from us.
Manchester United have "earned the right" to challenge for a top-four finish in the Premier League after a "fantastic" spell of post-lockdown form, says boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"No-one thought in January that we would be in with a shout for top four," he said.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl: "At half-time it was a disaster, we were not the team you have seen in the last weeks in the first half. But we played much quicker, made the right decisions and it was a good game in the second half.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It's another interesting twist that goes our way, and we worked to make it do so. It was another good finish to a strange game.
"The Premier League is very unforgiving, and to put that run of games together and put points on the table in that run as well, coming out of a tough run when it started, I can't speak highly enough of this group.
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho told BBC Sport: "The team was tired before we even started. We had resilience and a great desire to win the match and to fight until the last for our objective, which is the Europa League.
"We have to learn from it, 100 per cent. We've had sloppy moments before and not been punished for it but this is good because we have to learn from it. Credit to Arsenal for being there and using it," Klopp said.
"At this stage of the season results are critical and we didn't concede any chances of note to let them score," Lampard told Sky Sports.
"Where we are at as a team and where we are in the table, it is all about the result.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was the worst time to concede a goal but it happens in football. We have won so many games in that way. It is all part of the learning for this team.