Sir Alex Ferguson: "It's unbelievable. The chances we missed, we really should have put it to bed a long time ago. You look at that scoreline, 2-1, you'd think it was a close game but it wasn't a close game. I think there was a lack of urgency in our game throughout, we were far too casual. It was an unusual Manchester United-Arsenal game. I know there was a lot of bookings but it didn't really get anywhere near the Manchester United-Arsenal games of the past. It was a strange game. I need to sleep on it."
Arsene Wenger: "(Jack Wilshere’s second booking) was not deserved, he went for the ball. His game is commitment. I will have to see the game but it didn't look to me like he went on purpose over the ball. I am disappointed of course, because we had a lot of the ball, but we were not very efficient in our final third or in their final third. Then you feel the domination was a bit illusionary - we had a lot of the ball, but they created more chances and deserved to win the game."
Martin Jol: "It doesn't mean anything in football if you don't score the goals. They dominated us, all we could do was try to be positive. They are a very good footballing team. They are a settled team and know exactly what to do. Normally we are a good team, but I couldn't see that today. Although we took the lead I still felt they were stronger. The only positive thing I can say is that we never gave up."
David Moyes: "I can't believe we only got a draw out of that, it's incredible. We've played really well this season but that one we should have won. We were terrific at times but couldn't get the goals. I'm really frustrated because if I really want to hang on to the boys at the top I need to win these games when they come along. To win away in the Premier League is really hard for any side and we should have won that comfortably but we didn't. Today you'd have to go away saying Everton look as smart as any side. That's the way we've been playing."
Chris Hughton: "I have not seen (an alleged dive by Robert Snodgrass for the free-kick that his team scored from) since, but I have heard the comments. If anything is labelled at Robert, then you have got to say the same about Charlie Adam (who was booked for allegedly diving). If you are looking at incidents in the game, there are so many and you are always going to pick out a few, but it is a tough physical game and you have to be able to deal with it."
Tony Pulis: "The goal was a disappointment. I have been in to see the referee to have a quick chat. I thought it certainly was not a free-kick, and the disappointing thing is when the lad falls, Andre (Marriner) and the linesman are so close to it. He has booked Charlie (Adam) in the first half for diving - I have just had a look at that and (Javier) Garrido pushes him in the back, so that is a double kick in the teeth when he gets both those decisions wrong and even worse when they score from it. Referees give the decisions they see on the day, and he has seen it differently to what we have. When he sees it again on the telly tonight, he will have a different opinion."
Martin O’Neill: "It's me, I'm the manager, I'm the manager of the football club, absolutely. Yes, it's difficult, it's been a difficult week for us, obviously, losing against Middlesbrough and then not scoring here. It's been a difficult week, but we will come through. We threw just about everything at them to try to get on the scoresheet, but it eluded us today again. But it will turn."
Paul Lambert: "It's a tough, tough job, it really is a tough job. But if there's one person who will turn it around, it will be him. I have got the utmost respect for the Gaffer. I am not in a position to sit here and say I have got one over him or anything. It's a game of football I had to win and Aston Villa had to win, and we did it. It's a good three points. (Christian Benteke) could be anything he wants. He could be one hell of a player. I have always said he is playing in a Belgian national team at the minute that is top class, and he is in there on merit.”
Michael Laudrup: "I think it was a deserved point. It was, in many ways, a copy of the game we played last week against Manchester City. That time we deserved a point but didn't get anything, we did this time. They had a few goal chances, we had a couple, two or three half chances. There were not that many chances. A point for each was a fair result. Their goal was a bit lucky but we came back, got some fresh people on the pitch and really put them under pressure. I think we deserved it. It was a great goal by Pablo.”
Roberto Di Matteo: “I wouldn't read anything into what has happened in the last week and the result today. It is very difficult to win away from home in the Premier League. This is our second away draw of the season - we have won the rest of the games. It is disappointing not to have hung on to our lead but even when you are not brilliant, you need to get a result like that. It's a long season and it is going to stay very tight at the top. There are a few teams fighting for that. We are in touch and we are going to show how strong we are in the future."
Andre Villas-Boas: "It was maybe our worst performance of the season. We didn't manage to keep the ball or pass well. We couldn't recognise ourselves today. Wigan were superior. Our chances weren't clear cut. There are various reasons why we played like this. The opponents were sharp and aggressive. We kept making mistakes. We played more with the heart rather than the head."
Roberto Martinez: "Many people watching will say Spurs had a bad day, but I wouldn't agree with that at all. We had to work very hard today. We were brave, we stopped Spurs from playing and we played high up. That opened up space for players like Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon but the concentration and partnerships all over the park helped us to stop Spurs from having a say on the ball."
Sam Allardyce: “These are the champions of the Premier League and you’re going to come under pressure. A £100m front line is going to take some containing. The players have done an absolutely magnificent job and the only sad thing is we didn’t get one up earlier in the game (with Kevin Nolan’s incorrectly disallowed goal). It’s unfortunate for us as the assistant referee hasn’t seen Dzeko but has seen Kevin.”
Roberto Mancini: "This is football. I think that a player like Balotelli, when he has a chance like to today, he should score. Because when you are a top player, if you have a chance, you should score this - but I don't think he didn't want to score. When you have 65 per cent ball possession, 22 shots - maybe less shots on goal - you deserve to win - and we missed four incredible chances to score.”