West Brom boss Sam Allardyce, speaking to the BBC's Match of the Day: "I am just laughing about how bizarre this game was. Obviously, the most important thing for us was a clean sheet and a corner we converted very well.
"[There were] lots of chances after that for both teams - we managed to get the one and they managed to not score any of theirs.
Brighton boss Potter, speaking to Sky Sports: "It is what it is. We've not helped ourselves with the two penalties so I cannot put it all down to that [disallowed goal].
"We need to improve and get better at that [taking penalties]. We're never going to get two better chances.
"We have to stay calm."