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Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny: "It was very important to win today. We showed a great game last week and today needed to finish before the international break with a win and we did it .
"The first half was good. we scored three and played well with the ball and defended well. The second more difficult but we have the three points."
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri told BBC Sport: "I am very happy. We played very well in the first half. In the second half we could have closed the match but missed a penalty and in the end we complicated our life. But it was a good three points and I'm very happy.
"These three points are very important for us because we lost the first match and two matches at home took four points, which is okay.
"The draw against Arsenal was okay and today was a good performance. I am glad.
"We have a very good platform. We wanted to keep all our players. It wasn't possible and one went away but it's okay. We are happy and now we start our season."
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "Despite all the Chelsea possession we did have the ball today, but the awareness to use it wasn't enough. We were playing out from the back when we didn't need to for the second goal.
"We kept our two up front trying to be brave, but they've got a strong bench and eventually that told.
"Chelsea away isn't the best in August and wouldn't be top of our priorities, but we want to win, we have a winning mentality.
"I've heard a lot of transfer rumours but would actually like to see it happen."
Leicester captain and goalscorer Wes Morgan told BBC Sport: "We got there in the end. At 2-0 it felt comfortable and we have could have scored a penalty to make it 3-0 and I’m sure that it would have more or less been the end of the game.
"They got a goal back which made it interesting but we saw the game out.
“Credit to the team, we stood firm, didn’t concede and saw the game out.
"We have got that win now and we just move forward”
Eamonn McGurk: I reckon if #Everton can keep key players fit they could have a real shot at top 4! Like Koeman as a manager!
Edward Gasseler: @Everton might content for top 4 this season given that they do not have Europe games
Vishak: Enter Signor Conte. Eden Hazard is all smiles. Stamford Bridge is lighting up again.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes was not happy with the award of the match-winning penalty.
He said: "We are disappointed with the award of the penalty. I feared at the start of the season that some teams would not get a fair crack at the whip and that is happening to us. It is a very harsh decision in my view and that is two dubious penalties against us.
"I don’t know what the referee has seen in terms of a clash. Ashley Williams is slightly ahead of Phil (Bardsley), ran across his path, there is a clash of legs, he goes down and we are penalised.
"All we are asking for is consistency. It is something I was worried about and I feared that we might be damaged, not because we are worse than anyone else, but that is how it seems to be. The consistency we are worried about.
"We are going to have to consider zonal marking as it is too damaging for us."
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech: "The first half we did well, scored three goals and could have scored more. The second half they were 3-0 down and as a good Premier League side pushed for something and it was tougher.
"Everybody has to do their bit to help the team get three points. I am not happy because we conceded but a win is a win. We needed to respond after the first two games and got the vital three points.
"There are 35 more games to play and we will fight to win every game and be in the mix in the last game. We want to win the title, there is no hiding in that and we will do our best."
Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin told BBC Sport: "In my opinion Leicester deserved to win because they played very well in the first half and we didn't.
"But in the second part of the game I saw my team player better and the result was 50-50 at the end.
"Leicester is a strong team like last season, one of the best teams in the league. I am confident because my team is a good team. We can play better.
"For us it was not a good match in the first half but after that we played with more courage and aggression and we had the opportunities to draw. But I am honest and Leicester deserved to win.
"In my career I played with these conditions. It's not the first time but today was very difficult to play and stay on the bench. It was not a good day for the weather. We are used to it because in Wales the weather is not very good."
Sunderland boss David Moyes: "It was really tough in the opening period, we never really got to grips with them. There were periods in the first half we played quite well and some of the stuff we did was quite OK.
"I was hoping it was going to be our day and we are having difficult days at the club. We are finding it difficult to get players on to the pitch.
"Jordan Pickford played really well today and made some good saves. This is what you get with young goalkeepers, there are times they will make mistakes and you have to put up with it. If a defender or midfielder make mistakes, it is not highlighted, but for a goalkeeper it is.
"We did well to contain them and did well to get a point. I am delighted but we were unlucky not to get a draw at Man City and last week at Middlesbrough but the last 10 minutes we are finding tough.
"I am sure we will make some additions in the remaining days of the transfer window because we definitely need it."
Everton manager Ronald Koeman said: "If you don't score the second and kill the game then it is always difficult in the last few minutes. But we had much more ball possession, 18 shots on target, them 0 and it is normal you win three points.
"Today we were not really clinical in the box. We had some good opportunities and need to be more aggressive, but the performance was good, it is a good start to the season and we can build on that.
"Two wins and one draw is very positive, but we can do much better and we need to improve in several aspects."
On the penalty that Everton were awarded, he adds: "It is so difficult to analyse that situation. There are enough reasons for Mark Hughes to be angry. If everyone whistles for these situations you would accept it, but one referee does and another one doesn't."
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte: "It was a good game and performance and we played good football with good possession. We created a lot of chances and kept a clean sheet - this is important because after 13 home games without a clean sheet this helps the confidence and shows the hard work is paying off.
"We have started very well this season but we must know we can improve.
"Eden Hazard must be this decisive in every game, and I am pleased because I saw it today, but we must work to improve more.
"We are working close together, the club and I, and we are trying to find the right solutions to improve this squad. We have four days to find this, but I am pleased to work with the squad I have."
Derby are signing forwards like there's rationing on the way...
Watford manager Walter Mazzarri: "The second half we played good and should have scored more. We had two players in the last minute before the game have to pull out and on top some episodes in the game did not go in our favour.
"These episodes in a match can change a game. Cech played incredible for them, saved a goal two or three times but I am very happy with how our team played.
"A lot of players are new so we have to prepare later. The organisational things are still missing and two starting players were out last minute and this really didn’t help."
Looks a bit busy in Hull...
BBC Match of the Day commentator
Antonio Conte was never settling for two, he was constantly at his players in the game to make it three. Chelsea will be in the title fight and near the top all season. It's Chelsea's first clean sheet since 2015 at home, it was like the times of old with the crowd and atmosphere as well.
As for Burnley, their season won't be defined on games like this. They could have done with an extra man in midfield with the way Chelsea were passing it around. Burnley had a flurry in the second half and they will have better days.
Is that your business done now, Arsenal fans?
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to Sky Sports: “I believe we shot ourselves in the foot in first game and were under huge pressure. We had two difficult away games but today I believe we had a good solid performance.
“We had a good cushion at half time. At the moment we are not completely there physically and could see that in second half.
“Ozil is not physically there completely but what we want from Ozil is assists and goals and I hope he can get that this season, 10 or 15 goals plus the chances he creates.
“We have bought two players Mustafi and Perez. They will integrate into the team now and we will help them join squad. We had to work very hard to get signings done. We have not got any plans for anyone else now.”
Southampton boss Claude Puel: “It is disappointing this afternoon. It was a good game for the two teams but for the third game we had many possibilities to score. It was important for my players to show good character and spirit to find the equaliser. It is a better result for us just before the international break.
“It is interesting for the future but always important to take points and the next game we will see in our next game against Arsenal.
“Perhaps another player will come to Southampton but nothing is signed. It is a possibility to take one or two to add energy to the squad.”
Swansea goalscorer Leroy Fer: "From 2-0 behind we got a good goal at the right time. We tried to score the second goal and we were strong in the end.
"I think we were unlucky but we can't concede goals like that (Leicester's second) from a corner.
"We keep saying it but keep doing it. We have to get better than that because if you concede those goals it can make a massive difference.
"We need to keep believing and do what what we did in last 20 minutes, when we could have made it 2-2 ,and take that into the next game."
More good news for Arsenal fans.
Arsene Wenger confirms that Valencia defender Shkodran Mustafi and Deportivo striker Lucas Perez have completed their moves to Arsenal.
The pair have cost a total north of £50m. Perez will be in north London very soon, Mustafi will arrive after Germany duty in the forthcoming international break.
Leicester striker and first goalscorer Jamie Vardy: "We were disappointed with the first game of the season but got a decent draw last week and played well and we just wanted to keep improving.
"To go two goals up and then hang on at the end, we got what we deserved.
"The ball was struggling to move in the puddles but that's English weather for you. We're just delighted to get the three points.
"I managed to get a ball over the top from Drinky (Danny Drinkwater) as usual and managed to put it away."
An easy team news update for the late game - both sides are unchanged.
Former Spurs striker and BBC football expert
I think this is really interesting that Chelsea have maximum points.
They look like a side who, without European football, could lift the title.
Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was comforted by his whole back four at the conclusion of that draw. The youngster produced four or five superb saves but was then at fault for the Saints' late equaliser.
It's a tough gig, playing in nets.
Jay: This is farcical. The ball isn't even moving properly on the pitch. The referee should stop the match at Leicester
Fernando: Moyes will be the first coach to be sacked
Peter White: This could be a golden era for Victor Moses. He's the most Antonio Conte winger you can imagine so he might actually get regular minutes.
Tom Chance: Good advantage from Mark Clattenburg leading up to Chelsea goal. Refs deserve credit when they get things right.
Breakthorough for Palace!
Scott Dann leaps like a salmon and powers an injury time header past a rooted Artur Boruc.
Selhurst Park rafters rocking...