Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti to BBC Sport: "It was not a good performance, we have been used to winning but this doesn't mean all the good things we have done in the first part of the season are forgotten, and we will do well again.
"We conceded a goal from a throw-in and that changed the game.
"The red card was a joke, I don't know why, maybe the fact that there was a lot of talk about Pickford and Richarlison against Liverpool affected the decision. Everyone knows that it was not a red card. We will appeal, to lose a player like Lucas Digne for three games like this is not fair.
"[Did Liverpool game get in referee's head?] You never know, for sure it was not a red card
"To keep winning is impossible, there is not one team in football who wins every game, sometimes you have to lose and the reaction is important. We are still at the top of the league and nobody expected this. This defeat won't change our spirit."
James Ward-Prowse to Match of the Day: "We knew before the game it was a good challenge for us. We wanted to make sure we put a statement out. Both sides of the game, we were dominant and we deserved the win.
"We always analyse the opposition and we see those threats. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is an important player for his team. We knew we needed to stop the crosses and block the space. Every man did the job.
"Nice for Ingsy to get me one instead of him getting all the goals! Good to get on the scoresheet.
"We just needed that third goal to kill the game. We did well for the last 20 minutes after the man got sent off so we were professional.
On a year since 9-0 defeat: "That day was a good wake up call for the team and the club. We have only been on the up since then. In a way it gave us what we needed to see where we are and where we can get better."