That's all from the Premier League reaction.
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On the penalty: “It's the way our luck is going at the moment. You convince yourself that luck will change and we've got to keep that mindset. Things are conspiring against us and we need help from referees to get things right. That's the hope moving forward, that we get cut some slack."
“I've seen it again. The guy’s dived. He's drawn the challenge. He's a clever player. It was clearly a dive and the ref’s seen something that no-one else saw. All in all it was a poor sequence of events for him and for us.
"It sounds like sour grapes when you talk about people getting punished retrospectively. It doesn't help us now."
On relegation battle: “We're in this position. Maybe we've got some clarity now. We’re better than what we're doing at the moment. We need to get ourselves out of our situation. I don’t want to be in a relegation battle. We need to recognise that and do something about it."
Is he the man for the job?: “I know this group and I know what they can produce. We'll get a tune out of them and hopefully we'll get better.”
Stoke manager Mark Hughes on Match of the Day: "We huffed and puffed, up to the point of the second goal we were in it. We were damaged by a poor decision it allowed them to get people behind the ball. They're a threat on the attack and in the end that's what's taken the game from us.
"When we try and be expansive we can't go one v one, we get picked off. We've got to be better in that regard."
This is the first time since March 2014 (Man Utd) that a side managed by David Moyes has kept three consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League.
Stoke, meanwhile, have kept just one clean sheet in their last 16 Premier League games.
West Ham United
West Ham defender James Collins on Match of the Day: "It was huge. We thought we'd been playing well and that we had some tough games coming up. To get seven points is huge.
"Our work rate has upped and the way we've played football [under Moyes]. We've got the results.
"I've been in the game a long time and I can't explain it but a lot of it is down to the manager coming in."
We're just waiting for Mark Hughes to appear in front of the media.
It will be quite interesting to hear what the Stoke boss has to say. He's under an awful lot of pressure right now.
West Ham United
West Ham boss David Moyes speaking with John Murray for Match of the Day: “The result went our way and it was important win. We’re gaining momentum and at times we showed that.
On the penalty: “The defender gave the referee a decision to make. Manuel Lanzini ran about 70 yards so I think he went over with fatigue rather than a dive. I'd be disappointed to give away a penalty like that but sometimes that's the way it goes.
"We had to deal with a lot of stuff but we missed good chances. I was annoyed with Marko at half-time as he had the chance to get two. He's doing really well and I said to him at half-time he would score.
"Clean sheets are one of the things you want to do. Don’t shout about it too much as we're going to need a few more."
Huddersfield manager David Wagner, speaking to Sky Sports: "I haven't seen any footage of the goals, nor the red cards, but at the end we played well. We scored some wonderful goals and had other opportunities. We were focused on defence and good in offence. The players performed to their best today. Watford have problems at the minute with suspensions and injuries but they are a top team. But today we were good as well. We always had the feeling this was just around the corner.
"I think we are in the race. Nobody thought we would be. This is what makes us happy., It is only nearly the middle of the season, nothing more. You need 12 wins I believe to stay up, we have six."
On Hogg red card: "I would say if Watford didn't get the red card I am unsure if we would get a second yellow for Hogg. We have to accept it. This game is too great for us to discuss referee decisions."
On injuries: "It looks serious. Kachunga is something on his knee and Lowe has a knock on his foot. We have to make further investigations."
Burnley manager Sean Dyche:"It's a good point and to have three straight clean sheets and seven points from our last three games in the Premier League is very pleasing.
"They [Brighton] are on a tough run and made a few changes from in the week. My players are putting in a monumental amount of effort and we have to earn the right to compete in every game, including here at Brighton."
West Ham United
West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell: "We’re delighted. That’s three clean sheets on the spin and another three points. It was hard with the delay before kick-off. We had to relax for an hour and I thought the boys were great.
"Marko was brilliant along with Michail. All he needed was a bit of luck and he could have had a hat-trick. We defended well, and went forward well."
Stoke City fall to a third straight defeat while West Ham win successive Premier League games for the first time in 11 months.
Peaks and troughs in the Premier League.
David Moyes is buzzing. Mark Hughes...is not.
Watford manager Marco Silva: "The result is bad for us. This moment what I can talk and what I want to talk is congrats for our opponent. We need to keep working hard. The last two games we can't change but we can change the next. We analyse what we did. This is the moment to look forward and continue to work hard.
"I cannot talk about the attitude of the players. We react with 10 players. It is not a matter of attitude or commitment it is about the moments. We should do, must do better in situations.
Is there a discipline problem at Watford? "No. It is the same as with the first goal You ask me about that because you know what happened. And you know what happened with the red. I don't want to talk about officials.
"I am 100% happy with my job. The PL is 38 games not only 10. We need to keep going and to work to take results in the next game. You need to react to bad moments."
Stoke keeper Jack Butland makes himself big to deny Javier Hernandez from a tight angle. The wee West Ham striker made a lovely break, there.
"You're getting sacked in the morning," scream the Stoke fans.
They could be right.
Hernandez lays a lovely ball off to Diafra Sakho and the West Ham sub sends the ball past Jack Butland from inside the area.
Ha, what a mess.
Javier Hernandez spins a high ball across the box to Diafra Sakho, who decides to control the ball between his knees and then attempts to backheel past Jack Butland in the Stoke goal. It doesn't work, needless to say.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte tells Sky Sports: "When you do not score the second goal, you have to suffer. You are afraid at every corner and free-kick and the opponent has the chance to draw. We dominated the game, shooting 24 times, hitting the post and we needed to score the second goal to be relaxed.
"We had a lot of chances but the goalkeeper Fraser Forster was good. We have to be happy with the performance and the clean sheet.
"If you shoot only twice and score two goals, you must be worried. We had lots of shots but we must be more accurate in our finishing.
"In the last 10 games, we have won eight, drawn one and lost one. This is our run, you have to consider last 10 games, not just two. It shows we are doing our job."
That's the last action for Marko Arnautovic.
The West Ham goalscorer and former Potter heads off to a chorus of really unpleasant boos. Mark Hughes even tells him to hurry up.
A Stoke scarf is thrown at the striker. Arnautovic is actually going to be escorted down the tunnel, but he has time to applaud the away fans first.
Chicharito is on in his place.
That's been coming.
Manuel Lanzini pings a looping ball into the path of Marko Arnautovic and he finally gets the goal he's been hunting.
The former Stoke man celebrates in front of the home supporters, and it looks like a few things have been thrown on to the pitch.
This is desperate times for the Potters now. And pure glee for ol' Moysey!
Burnley boss Sean Dyche talking to Match of the Day: "Really good point at the end of a tough week. It's been a tough week, but to get three clean sheets and seven points from three games is very pleasing. We've come through it strong physically in the end, and it's another point on the board.
"Brighton started well, like they really meant business, and a lot of different things happened in the game. There was the penalty, and the save from Chris Wood, so, we have to earn everything we get in this game, and we've done that today here at Brighton."
On diving: "I just think the game's bigger than diving, and I don't think the rule about it being just in the box should be there, it should be everywhere, there's no place for it in the game in my opinion."
Stoke have a great chance thanks to a Charlie Adam ball in.
Ryan Shawcross can only head over! That should have been 1-1.
At the other end, Diafra Sakho fails to poke home.
Header off the bar: check
Hit the side netting: check
Hit the cross bar: check
It's not been Marko Arnautovic's day so far, as his latest chance for the visitors fails to end up in the back of Jack Butland's net.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino tells Sky Sports: "It was a difficult game especially in the second half we suffered a lot. When you play with five defenders, you do not have a lot of people in the middle and they managed the ball more. We got a couple of chances, we were close but we fought until the end and were close to equalising.
"The quality of the goal was good, but maybe we can learn more from there.
"We play in an unusual way to try and use Ryan Bertrand in the wide area. In general, the spirit was good and we competed well.
"It is not easy to have many chances against Chelsea, we had three clear chances but could not score.
"The team is training well, the mentality is good and are fighting. We are creating a good atmosphere to try and bounce back from this situation. Football is tight but we have another opportunity next Saturday."
Plenty of jeers from the home fans for Hammers striker Marko Arnautovic, who turns Stoke youngster Josh Tymon but can only whip a shot on to the crossbar.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "The necessity to win was playing on the mind of the players towards the end.
"We had three games in six days. In the last one you could suffer because Newcastle produced a high-physical performance.
"We had two away games and two draws. Against Manchester United we had a quality performance but couldn't get the win."
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez explaining to BBC's Match of the Day why this team didn't manage a draw against Arsenal having had chances:
"Maybe the same question [why we didn't get the draw] in the last two or three games. We had our chances. We were pushing and attacking. We had chances to draw. It's a pity. We are learning. In some games we are one goal behind. The players are working hard. It's a pity.
On being in the bottom three: "We knew this could be difficult. Two or three games we could draw or win. We need to be competitive like today and keep going. We are a young team. When you're not winning you lose confidence.
"We have to keep working this way. Try to get a result. In January, try to bring in people.
"The fans know the team will be tough. They also know we need something in January - that will help the current squad."
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton defender Bruno: "First-half we were much better, but in the second-half they had a lot of the ball. It was always going to be a tough game because they're on a good run.
"The penalty was the biggest chance of the game of course, Glenn Murray normally scores all of them, so I'm frustrated for him and for all of us.
"Mat Ryan was outstanding today again, his save to deny Wood was magnificent. Hopefully he can keep saving all of the goals."
Double sub for Stoke.
Darren Fletcher and Mame Biram Diouf head off, and Charlie Adam and Saido Berahino come on.
But now manager Mark Hughes as a problem. Erik Pieters has pulled up injured.
Stoke's third sub comes immediately with 18-year-old Josh Tymon making his Premier League debut.
Marko, on his return to Stoke, does all the hard work by running 30 yards towards goal, completely skinning Kevin Wimmer, but he sticks his shot into the side-netting.
Hammers midfielder Arthur Masuaki goes into the book for time-wasting on a throw-in.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton manager Chris Hughton: "It's been difficult, we had to rely on Maty [Ryan] to make a really good save in the second-half, but it should have never got to that period, we had a lot of chances in the first-half."
On Glenn Murray's penalty: "You've got two competitive players, and there's always going to be that physicality, the penalty that was given, was a penalty. Everybody misses them now and again, Glenn is normally very reliable, and the majority will go in, but occasionally they will miss."
On Mat Ryan: "We've needed Matty to be on form, it was a busy day for him, Burnley play a way that's very effective and they mix it up well. He's made some big saves at crucial moments, and we've needed him."
Ramadan Sobhi does enough to hold off his marker, but his final shot goes well wide.
Stoke then take a short free-kick and it lands to Xherdan Shaqiri. He lets fly but a deflection off Aaron Cresswell takes the sting out of it and Adrian makes an easy save.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan: "We caused them a lot of trouble in the first-half. The penalty was probably our best chance, but unfortunately he wasn't able to convert for us. It's another good point at home, so we just need to carry it forward.
"It's my job back there, and I try to help the guys when I can. After the flurry of goals we've conceded recently it's good to get a solid clean-sheet. Burnley have been one of the form teams of the league up until now, so it's a step moving forward after a difficult period.
"We want to be a long staying team in the Premier League, we've got everything to do that, so we're confident we can do that."
Burnley defender James Tarkowski: "It's a good point, we had good results in midweek and last weekend. It was a difficult first-half for us, but we dominated the second-half I think - we had plenty of good chances."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to BBC's Match of the Day: "Overall we deserved to win - we had plenty of chances. In the final 10 minutes we became edgy. Overall, I feel we dominated."
"It was physically difficult today after three games in six days.
"Ozil's goal was a gem. Good that he scores important goals. That was a great goal.
"The strange thing in our last games is that our displays have been good but we didn't win. That's why it's important to win today.
"I had an eye on Jack Wilshere. He takes advaatage from long preparation and good stamina.
"Ainsley Maitland-Niles could have had a goal. He was sharp."
Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross goes in the book for a crunching tackle on Arthur Masuaku.
The resulting free-kick ends up with Marko Arnautovic, who tumbles the ball on to the top of the cross bar and it continues on to the roof of the net.
Mame Biram Diouf has the chance to head home for Stoke from a corner but it goes over the target.
It's really, really quiet at the bet365 Stadium.
The second half is about to begin here.
In case you haven't heard, Stoke ran out of power so kick-off was delayed for an hour.
Mark Hughes exits the tunnel and waves his arms to encourage the Stoke fans to get behind the team. It looked like he took a little tumble along the way. Awks.
Huddersfield striker Collin Quaner: "We deserved it today. It feels great. In the game everything went so quick. In the first half, to score early, is good for us and our confidence.
"Today you could see what we are about. We did it all together. If they score it is always hectic for 10 minutes but we stayed in the game and kept our focus.
"We didn't think about the away form and took it game by game. We are where we deserve to be."
Newcastle midfielder Issac Hayden: "We were unfortunate not to get anything. In the last few games we have been there and thereabouts. In the last 10 minutes we could have nicked something. If we play like that again then we will get out of the spot we're in.
"We can't deny the passion and commitment from the lads.
"We came here with great belief that we can win the game - it shows the group is spirited."
Andy Hook: Why sign Alexandre Lacazette for £50m and withdraw him on 70 mins each game? You don't see Guardiola or Mourinho do that.