- Dani Ceballos and Eddie Nketiah were involved in an ugly bust-up during their warm-up training session just before the Fulham clash
- Both players had been named in the bench for the fixture which they won 3-0 after goals from Lacazette, Gabriel and Aubameyang
- It took the intervention of a member of the Arsenal coaching staff to separate the two players who were already pushing and screaming at each other
- Ceballos later took to Instagram to share a photo of him and a smiling Nketiah, suggesting the pair had buried the hatchet
Dani Ceballos has revealed he has made up with Eddie Nketiah after the pair clashed moments before Arsenal's 3-0 win over Fulham.
The two players made the bench for the 2020/21 Premier League curtain-raiser at Craven Cottage on Saturday, September 12.
However, tempers appeared to flare as the duo engaged in a rondo drill in their warm up when Ceballos went in late on his youngster.
Metro UK reports the initial challenge resulted in a bitter exchange of words before the incident escalating after a second tackle.
Ceballos got in the the Englishman's face who stood to his ground before the two started screaming at each other.
It took the intervention of a member of the coaching staff to bring the situation to order.
Hours after the match, Ceballos hinted they had already put the matter behind them as he posted a picture alongside a smiling Nketiah on his Instagram.
"No problems here my brother," the Spanish midfielder captioned the photo.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that goals from Alexander Lacazette, Gabriel Magalhaes and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were enough to secure Arsenal a 3-0 victory away from home against Fulahm.
The match saw new signings Gabriel and Willian stage epic performances on their debuts, with the latter providing a hat-trick of assists.
It was a Willian show on Saturday afternoon as the English Premier League 2020/2021 season kicked-off in style with Arsenal defeating hosts Fulham 3-0.
The former Chelsea star Willian had a remarkable performance in the fixture completing a hat-trick of assists as early as the 57th minute to begin his journey at Arsenal in style.
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