Manchester City completed 93.7% of their passes against Newcastle (787/840), the highest recorded figure in a Premier League game since full passing data is available (2003-04).
Speaking after the game, life-long City fan Doyle couldn't hide his delight at achieving a goal of his since childhood, explaining how he has been determined to make the most of his opportunity in first-team training.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder to BBC Sport: "I really enjoyed watching my team. Right the way through, it was a great effort.
"We were stretched in terms of numbers, but it was a committed performance and one that, ability wise, had the hallmarks of a proper Sheffield United display.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "Last few games have been fantastic. It's a challenge when they lose team-mates. There's a resilience to them, you add in organisation and physical prowess, and they've got more talent than people mention.
Brighton manager Graham Potter speaking to Match of the Day: "Its not an ideal start and it's my responsibility - I asked them to play that way, the decision making could be better but they showed personality to claw back into the game.
Lampard said as much himself when speaking to BBC Sport.
"There were moments in the game where our game-management wasn't great," said the Chelsea boss. "At 2-0 we can dominate that game and finish it.
Watford boss Nigel Pearson to Sky Sports: "I thought we showed a lot of character - not always composure - but the result was more important than the performance. I feel for Norwich because they played pretty well and we've had to fight very hard.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, speaking to BBC Sport: "We lost two points. I think we deserved to win the game. But when you have the chances you have to kill them. Three- or four-nil and the game is over.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho says the half-time clash between goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and forward Son Heung-min was "beautiful" and "something needed for the team to grow up".
"[The argument] was probably as a consequence of our meetings.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "I'm certainly not disappointed. We are maximum stretch at the moment with the squad. I thought we were very competitive in awkward conditions and made chances that should really have got the game done.
"I have to say the players are showing great fight and we're going to go right to the end," said Moyes. "This league could easily go right to the last game of the season - we understand that and we're prepared for that if it has to be done.