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Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton boss Chris Hughton, speaking to MOTD: "It was a game where we were not at our best. Huddersfield scored from our mistake and we had the two best chances of the game. It wasn't our day today.
"I thought we had started very well. Their goal gave Huddersfield the lift they needed."
On the sending off: "It is down to a referee on the day whether they want to send a player off for that challenge. You will see numerous challenges like that where there are two competitive players. At the time, I thought it was harsh."
Leicester boss Claude Puel, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was not enough today. We wasted a fantastic opportunity for this team to believe in themselves. It was not enough in the first half, it was better in the second half with our reaction, but it's a shame. We will discuss together.
"We know when we play sometimes like today against a team with a strong defensive unit, we have to play quickly and with quality, it was too slow. We believe in ourselves to come back with a good mentality, hard work in training and prepare for our next game with a good feeling."
On Riyad Mahrez's penalty appeal:
"Yeah, he [Paul Dummett] touched his foot, for me it is a penalty. The problem is this."
Watford midfielder Will Hughes speaking to Sky Sports:
"Massive frustration, similar to last week. Long ball up top, couldn’t deal with it, something we worked on in training all week.
"They’re a good team in the air with lots of big lads and we didn’t deal with it.
"They put a lot of balls and we dealt with it in the first half, one lapse of concentration cost us
"We wanted to push on for the second, and it could’ve killed the game off, but we could have been more ruthless."
Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton boss Chris Hughton, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a hard-earned point in the end because we were down to 10 men but it was also a missed opportunity. Mixed emotions.
"These things are going to happen. Shane Duffy has had a wonderful season for us. There was enough time in the game to go on and win it after that.
"We are in a position now where there is a bit more pressure and what the players have to do is rise for the challenge and they have been used to that this season."
Burnley manager Sean Dyche speaking to Sky Sports:
On Vokes' goal from the bench: "Well it is something you can't define. I didn’t think it would come that quickly of course, but a good finish. The players had a good mentality, they got us through.
"We're not going to slick it around every week, we played well at West Brom and West Ham, but a different way to win, blood and guts and working hard."
On Jack Cork: "He’s a humble lad, fantastic professional. there's a humble edge to what we do. They’re willing to find a way to work and be diligent."
On European ambitions: "There’s a lot of games to go a lot of football to be played but the lads have put themselves in a good position to be thinking that.
"The reward for the lads is going into the final few games of the season, knowing the first marker has been achieved, now they all enjoy their football.
"We know we didn't play well, but found a way. Think we had a scratch of luck, doing the ugly stuff, all that is important."
West Bromwich Albion
West Brom caretaker-manager Darren Moore:
Pleased with the result? - "I'm always one for if you don't win the game, you don't lose the game but I'm really pleased they showed character to stay in it, dig in and work well with each other."
Did the players respond to your instructions? - "I've had three days to work with them and I thought the players were first class. They did what I asked them to do and we almost came away with a good three points. I'm really delighted even though we couldnt hang on for the win."
Disappointed to concede from a set piece? - "It was a great delivery and Tammy got his head on it. You're always disappointed to concede from a set play but I'm happy we gave a good fight to stop the rot and get a point in the bag."
How will you ease the club's relegation fears? - "One game at a time. We've come through this one with an overall team performance against a well organised Swansea team that carries a threat. The way we played today was very good."
Huddersfield boss David Wagner, speaking to MOTD: "An away point in the Premier League is a good point. It was a good performance from my side, it could have been a defeat or a win.
"The whole team showed great character today to come back in the circumstances, at this stage of the season, to come back when you are 1-0 down is good. I am absolutely happy with the performance.
"Home advantage - and it is an advantage for us - is big. No game in the Premier League is easy. The season is not over before the last three games. The players have done fantastic so far this season. We have the points we have, we have the performance we had today which was very good and this makes me proud.
"We fought until the final second. Both teams really wanted to win the game, that is what we have seen.
"Last season was a fairytale and what the players have to do this season is the next level. It will be a miracle, we compete against multimillionaires and my players always give their best and so far they have done a decent job.
"I am still confident that more or less over the whole season we are capable of the chance to survive."
Stoke boss Paul Lambert to BBC Sport: "Two weeks in a row we come away with nothing.
"The effort and commitment I can not ask more of, we are just not getting the breaks.
"If lads played like that at begining of season we would not be in positiobn we are in.
"I think we have to win at least three games now, as long as belief and fight there, we are in with a fighting chance."
Watford manager Javi Gracia speaking to Sky Sports:
"I think we dominated for most of the game, had more possession, more shots on target, 10 corners to one, but it wasn't enough, we should have killed the game and we didn't.
"They didn't surprise us, we knew their style of play, we lost in a similar way in the last game with two set pieces, OK we are not happy today we'll try to do better next time.
"I thought we were ready to defend this and improve in those situations, today we conceded two goals from two free kicks, we need to improve.
"They score two goals in three minutes, we tried to work on this we are conceding the last two games many goals this way, and we are losing points."
Stoke boss Paul Lambert to Sky: "I thought we were brilliant against Arsenal, but better today.
"I am pretty sure that was not an easy game for them.
"Our decision making let us down, but the effort and commitment was great, the reception the team got after the game, it felt like we had won the game."
On Diouf's miss: "We were four on two, but it is down to decision making. I won't single anyone out, they were fantastic.
"If we keep playing like that we will win games."
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino to Sky Sports: "It was tough. We were better but suffered a lot and had to fight for the three points.
"It was a professional performance, not fantastic like against Chelsea, but I am so happy. In the race to finish in the top four, we now have the same points as Liverpool.
"The squad is full of confidence, all ready to compete and help the team."
Swans boss Carlos Carvalhal: "I am pleased. After the game, we didn't talk too much about it but we knew West Brom would still be a difficult game even though they changed the manager.
"We must do better in the first half when we have the ball but after the goal, we react and have a lot of strength in our head. The team did a fantastic reaction. We didn't give many opportunities to them in return to create chances.
"We aim to collect points with a good number and this is one more. We wanted more but luckily for us, we had time to react and collect one point."
On Tammy Abraham scoring the equaliser: "Tammy's learning. He's a young boy. Today, the game is not easy to him but when the player is in an environment around him where the performance is not the best, it is difficult but he did well to score the goal for us."
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino to BBC: "It was a very good performance, very solid. I told them it would be tough as they are playing to survive.
"In the second-half we were more clinical but we are disappointed we conceded so quickly after scoring. The team kept pushing with the right mentality, to fight for every ball. It has put us in a very good position in the table.
"Our target is to finish in the top four, possibly second, which is better than third or fourth."
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was amazing, the effort of the players, the way they were working, creating chances and the connection with the fans, who were amazing too. Sometimes when you play a good team you are under pressure but still they were doing well, it was a professional performance.
"Leicester are always dangerous, they have the players who can hurt you, but we had three or four counter attacks where we could have done better. You cannot complain."
Are you safe?
"Not yet, still we are closer but we have to carry on. Nearly, but we have to carry on."
Should Harry Maguire have been sent off?
"I have had players sent off just for touching the face of a player. I cannot argue too much. And the main thing for us was the performance of the team, we deserved to win."
BBC Sport at the Bet365 Stadium
The Premier League have reviewed Tottenham's second goal and given it to Christian Eriksen.
They disagree with Harry Kane's shoulder claim.
Burnley midfielder Jack Cork:
On the performance: "There were times they were on top of us but we never got worried. We’ve been in that position a couple times this season but the lads keep working, keep fighting. We believe we’re always going to get something from the game."
On Sam Vokes's goal: "Amazing goal. He’s a great player and a great sub from the gaffer. He is unlucky not to be in the team but showed his quality today."
On his goal: "I still didn’t know until you just told me. The keeper saved it and Ashley Barnes tried one of this overhead kicks. I wasn’t sure, but a few of the lads jumped on me."
On Burnley's form: "We’ve got that momentum and winning mentality. We had a tough patch in the middle of the season, but played through that, four wins on the bounce, we just need to keep pushing until the end of the season."
On European ambitions: "We would like to have an eye on that, it's a shame to waste the good position we are in, it would be good end to a great season. A lot of the lads haven’t played in Europe so it will be a great experience, great for the fans especially."
Sharon: Can't believe Palace drew, we gave away 2 points today to Bournemouth. We need to pick up our game.
Ben: Why does Hodgson seem unable to make a substitution? These late goals are no coincidence.
It's still so tight down there. Every goal counts.
That late equaliser for Bournemouth has really hurt Crystal Palace...
Swansea striker Tammy Abraham: "For us we would like to win every game. Coming here wasn't going to be easy so we'll take a point away from home."
On West Brom's performance after the sacking of Alan Pardew: "Every team that replaces their manager has a point to prove and that's what they did today. We got a point today, and we'll keep playing for more, that's what matters."
Get Harry Hill in.
Spurs striker Harry Kane to Sky Sports: "It was good to be back, a great win and important game to keep the momentum going. It is never easy when teams are fighting for points."
Asked whether he actually scored the winner he added: "It was my goal, it flicked off my shoulder and went in."
Spurs midfielder Christian Eriksen added: "He celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it."
Former West Ham and England defender on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Stoke didn't give Spurs an easy afternoon. They gave Spurs everything they had but Spurs quality shone through in the end. They shouldn't be too disappointed with that performance.
BBC Sport chief football writer at Etihad Stadium
There were rumours around Etihad Stadium that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was going to make sweeping changes to his side with Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg against Liverpool in mind.
Not the case.
Changes yes, as Kevin De Bruyne, Kyle Walker, Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus drop to the bench from the 3-0 loss at Anfield but still strong side with the added bonus of Sergio Aguero back as a substitute after injury.
Harish: Rafa Benitez my contender for manager of the season. Newcastle have dodged many bullets this season with no armor.
Arron: For all the stories of the season, surely Newcastle in to the top 10 is one of the most remarkable. Benitez just brilliant. Oh and Jonjo for England.
Harry Kane has had that goal taken off him now - it has been awarded to Christian Eriksen.
Stoke put the crosses in, Ryan Shawcross nods it on but it doesn't reach Peter Crouch...
Eric Dier lashes over the top as Stoke throw everyone up top...
James: I hope Burnley don't qualify for Europe. Their team doesn't have the depth, and they'd really struggle in the Premier League next season if they did.
One that got away for the visitors...
Roy will be even more angry if Bournemouth score from this free-kick...
Former Everton midfielder on Final Score
Roy Hodgson will be livid. Twice they have gone ahead and twice Bournemouth have got back into the game.
Think of how hard they have worked to get in front, scored two top quality goals but they have conceded two sloppy ones.