Eddie Nketiah says 'it's all love' between himself and Dani Ceballos

Eddie Nketiah puts Craven Cottage bust-up with team-mate Dani Ceballos behind him as Arsenal starlet insists ‘it’s all love’ between the pair after Spaniard set him up for winner against West Ham

  • Eddie Nketiah says ‘it’s all love’ between him and Dani Ceballos after a bust up 
  • The 21-year-old was angered after a heavy challenge before the Fulham game
  • The pair linked up for the winning goal as Arsenal beat West Ham on Saturday 

Eddie Nketiah insists ‘it’s all love’ between himself and team-mate Dani Ceballos after the Arsenal pair put an angry clash behind them to combine for the winning goal against West Ham.

Mikel Arteta’s side made it two wins from two on Saturday night as the Gunners saw off London rivals West Ham 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium to extend their good start to the 2020-21 campaign. 

England Under 21 star Nketiah and Real Madrid loanee Ceballos clashed at Craven Cottage before the Fulham game after the striker was felled by a heavy challenge dished out by the Spaniard during preparations for the new season.

Eddie Nketiah says ‘it’s all love’ between himself and Dani Ceballos after a bust up

The pair combined to clinch the winning goal as Arsenal beat West Ham on Saturday night

However, the pair combined in the final knockings of the game on Saturday, with Ceballos teeing up Nketiah to net the all-important winner.

Nketiah rewarded Arteta’s faith in the youngster, as the boss turned to the academy product to change the game on the 77th minute, and made the vital contribution.

And Nketiah hailed his team-mate Ceballos, saying that ‘it’s all love’ between the two Arsenal stars now.  

‘We had a bit of a coming together,’ the 21-year-old told Sky Sports. ‘The reaction was there. We made up and got on with it. It was nice for him to make the assist. It’s all love now.

Ceballos and Nketiah clashed in pre-season but the pair have put the incident behind them

‘It was a great pass across, good vision. I tried to stay onside. It was an easy finish from there.

‘I want to keep improving as a player. It’s a great feeling to come on and score. 

‘West Ham made it very difficult. They came out very strongly in the second half.’ 

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta heaped praise on his young striker following the win on Saturday

Arteta hailed his young striker, who has played an important role since returning from a loan spell with Leeds, after the win over the Hammers. 

‘Eddie can do that every week. He’s hungry and has a great quality to score goals,’ he told BBC Sport.

‘I’m thrilled with the three points. I said before the game how difficult it would be with the way they play. 

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