"We were not at our best. We had chances to score but it was a bad day and we lost the game.
"We did not make good process, we had problems in that sense. We are a team that plays a specific way but it is a bad day, that happens sometimes.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm disappointed with the first half, we were a little bit too passive and didn't dominate our style on them.
"We were second best for long periods.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's hard to accept. We were a bit unlucky with the decisions.
"We scored a goal and took the lead but we had other chances, especially in the first half.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "I thought the mentality was good from my players again. The first half was tight - two sides trying to open each other up and not give much away. When they went down to 10 men, Everton went more expansive and threw caution to the wind and then it was about game management.
Brighton manager Graham Potter: "Overall I was really, really happy with the performance. Great personality on the pitch, we attacked well, defended well.
"When we made mistakes we recovered, we created chances and played on the front foot as much as we could.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to BBC's Match of the Day: "It was a super game. We upped the tempo. The football we played was so important. Leicester's goal really stopped us but then we wanted to go forwards.
Norwich manager Daniel Farke said he "expected there would be difficult times" in the Premier League as his injury-hit side were beaten by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
"When you see the five minutes go up on the board it was a bit of a deja vu situation.
Chelsea "needed the win" over Brighton, said boss Frank Lampard after his first home victory as a Premier League manager.
"We haven't had a 90-minute game where we've controlled it enough [before now]," Lampard told BBC Sport.
Left-back Aaron Cresswell fired in a late equaliser at the Vitality Stadium as West Ham stretched their unbeaten Premier League run to six matches.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "It was another for the neutral, who'd have loved it.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith says his side do not have a "mental block" about going ahead after they twice let the lead slip to draw with Burnley at Villa Park.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "The will, desire and mentality was outstanding again.
Maurcio Pochettino says he will shoulder the "blame" for Hugo Lloris' howler in 10-man Tottenham's 2-1 Premier League win over Southampton.
The France goalkeeper - and 2018 World Cup winner - was inexplicably dispossessed inside his own six-yard area by Danny Ings for Saints' equaliser following a back pass.