Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo told BBC Sport: "It was a very competitive game. We were able to control most of Liverpool's situations.
"There are positives and things we have to improve - better passing and finishing.
Brighton manager Graham Potter told BBC Sport: "It feels sore. Overall our performance - certainly the first half - was good. We were close to getting a second.
"In the second half, Leicester responded and we didn't play as well.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, speaking to BBC Sport: "We made finishing drills in the final session yesterday and I think it helped [Adams]. It's what you are here for as a substitute that you come on and show your qualities.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche speaking to BBC Sport: "We had to work very hard against a decent Arsenal side but the mentality of the players was outstanding.
"It is a third game in a week and the physical side of the game was tremendous.
"I've seen 50 or 60 penalties given for less than that and I don't know why it wasn't given," Allardyce told BBC Match of the Day.
"Holgate went straight across his standing leg and when you slow it down it looks even worse.
"I am very, very happy with the performance," said Tuchel. "It was clear we needed a complete performance in all aspects of the game. We did this, we were very brave with the ball and never lost intensity with the ball.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "We've not got enough results in these kind of tight games. My team has shown tonight that the majority of the time, if not all the time, they give everything to get a result.
Solskjaer told BBC Sport: "Of course it's a concern.
"When you have three clean sheets in a row, that will help you win games - but we haven't produced the quality.
"We just have to find a spark again, the quality again and try to win the games.
"We must look at the game because we made a couple of mistakes under the pressure of City and they are very dangerous and they will punish you," said Wolves boss Nuno.
"City are very talented; amazing players, amazing manager.
A 2-2 draw between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur was not the result Fulham boss Scott Parker or West Brom gaffer Sam Allardyce would have hoped for last Sunday afternoon. But for the Newcastle faithful, it was a sign that they could yet stay in the Premier League.
The English Premier League is one of the most cut-throat soccer competitions in the world and this is great news. After all, we all love to see a fairly competitive game of soccer and when this is the case, we can't deny the beauty of the game.
Drawing Atalanta in the Champions League was one of those ties that had the potential to go horribly wrong for Real Madrid. The Italian side are a difficult team to predict – at one moment they can look like world beaters while the next they resemble a bunch of amateurs.
The weekend continues with the Liverpool's worst ever home top flight form with defeat to Fulham, while Manchester United puts a stop to Manchester City's 21-match winning streak.
While Fulham's win at the Anfield moves them a step an inch from the relegation drop-zone, Newcastle United slip into the relegation fight and Brighton & Hove Albion's bad luck goes on.
Manchester United have reportedly contacted Leeds United over the possibility of signing Raphinha, who is also a target for Liverpool.
According to a report by Brazilian outlet UOL Esporte, Manchester United have stepped up their efforts to sign Raphinha in the summer transfer window.
Manchester City have been handed an encouraging boost in their planned pursuit of Borussia Dortmund's star striker, Erling Haaland, with details emerging as to where the power may lie in the Norwegian's team of representatives.
Premier League club Arsenal F.C are reportedly keen on completing a summer move for Jordan Amavi, who is yet to agree a deal with his club Olympique Marseille, who has five points adrift Europa League group stage qualification.
The British Government have reportedly contacted UEFA about the opportunity to host the whole of the upcoming European Championship’s in England.
According to recent newspaper reports, culture secretary Oliver Dowden has told UEFA that the current vaccination scheme in the UK will be advanced enough by the summer to allow fans to attend football matches before the rest of Europe.
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Manchester United have been linked with Raphael Varane for a very long time and the latest reports suggest that the Red Devils could move to secure his signing in the summer.
The 27-year-old central defender’s contract at the Bernabeu will expire in 2022 and Marca claim that Real Madrid would consider selling him if he does not agree a new contract.
Manchester City have reportedly set their sights on former Liverpool striker Danny Ings over a possible move in the summer.
According to a report by The Athletic, Manchester City are set to enter the transfer market for at least one striker in the summer transfer window amid uncertainty surrounding the future of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.