Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg: "We didn't show up in the first half, didn't work hard and want to play.
"Second half we had a word and were better but we are suspect on the counter and we have no confidence.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to Match of the Day: "All the goals were incredible, outstanding. Wonderful goals, sensational passes, super pieces of football. I loved it a lot!
"We needed fresh legs and I had to show my respect to the boys in the squad, that's all.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to Match of the Day about their 10-match unbeaten league run: "I'm proud of the players and fans. Everybody was part of it. Everything we've achieved is common effort.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl told BBC Sport: "It is clear we used a lot of energy in the first 70 minutes, until 2-1 it was a good game from us. They thought something was possible for them and in the last 15 minutes we were a bit tired.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to BBC Sport: "You are always happy when you win. The boys are learning and improving all the time but tonight we were fantastic for long, long spells.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a tough game for us. Hayden Mullins had Watford very well organised. We had to be patient this evening and worked very hard for that but I thought we deserved it.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard:
"I thought we were great. I'm pleased because that was us again, we had a blip against West Ham and today we were back.
"Our character at half-time was important and we carried off where we left off.
"Sergio is a legend of football. I have to score when I play because Sergio scores every time," Jesus said after the game.
Guardiola told BBC Sport: "We need him. I am so glad for him because he is an incredible fighter.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson told Match of the Day: "It was a great victory. I'm full of praise for what the players did today. To firstly lose your centre-back to a challenge which the referee deems to be a red card, and then to lose a left-back in an area where we have no cover.
There are a couple of managers in the game these days that for whatever reason are seen as complete laughing stocks within the football community. Granted, a lot of the time these reputations are there because of a disastrous time at a particular club that haunts them wherever they go.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United roared into life in the Premier League producing back-to-back wins over Tottenham and Manchester City in a vital week for the club. There was a huge amount of pressure growing on the Norwegian amid United’s underwhelming start to the campaign.
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It’s been a topsy, turvy year for Leeds United and, in particular, their manager Marcelo Bielsa. First of all, they were reprimanded and fined by the EFL after being found guilty of breaching league rules, in what commonly became known as the 'Spygate scandal’.
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The English Premier League new season is set to start this weekend and there's plenty interesting matches already. One that set to entertain many fans on Sunday, August 11, is Manchester United clash against Chelsea at Old Trafford.
It was certainly party time down at Pride Park Stadium once the news came in that Wayne Rooney had decided to sign an 18-month deal with Derby. Rams owner Mel Morris would have been cock-a-hoop at the news as the 62-year-old is known for his penchant for bringing in members of England’s Golden Generation onto his coaching staff.