Everton boss Sean Dyche speaking to BBC Match of the Day after the defeat: "I think the first goal came out of their first shot on target. They only had three shots on target so that shows our defensive side of the game. I thought we were organised, I thought the discipline was good. The truth of it is: when you turn the ball over, can you keep it? Can you ask enough questions? We didn’t.
"It is a tough place to come and they are in really good form. They can make a lot of changes from the bench, we are well aware of that. A lot of good signs from our performance, but we know those turnover moments are so important.
"The understanding from the side tactically was pleasing. I spoke to them about the turnover moments, you have to keep the ball and go forward with conviction. We didn’t do that. The number of times we could've got in behind their high line and we didn’t really activate on it, so that was something we were frustrated with.
"Top sides, and they are a top side, do what they did. They can find different ways of operating. They put you to the sword."
On watching the game away from the touchline: "It’s interesting, in a bad way. I shouldn’t have been up there in the first place. Hopefully I'm not [up there] going forward."