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Arsenal duo Dani Ceballos and Eddie Nketiah were involved in a heated pre-match scuffle before their Premier League match against Fulham.
Ceballos and Nketiah furiously clashed during a rondo training drill ahead of kick-off on Saturday.
The Spaniard appeared to lunge towards the young striker who reacted angrily which prompted a nasty interaction.
They squared up to each other before their Arsenal teammates intervened and broke them up.
You don't see this every day :eyes:
Dani Ceballos and Eddie Nketiah got into a heated exchange during a pre-match training routine :handbag: pic.twitter.com/u1qMPuZ8Ux
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 12, 2020
Needless to say, the incident between Ceballos and Nketiah sent social media into overdrive.
Eddie Nketiah and Ceballos have had a scuffle in the warm up. Good start.- PB (@OliPriceBates) September 12, 2020
Nketiah & Dani Ceballos showing some passion there in a heated exchange. You love to see it.
- Gurjit (@GurjitAFC) September 12, 2020
Luiz faking a fight with Higuain to give Arsenal a false sense of security before winning the Europa League final whilst Nketiah and Ceballos fighting in a rondo to give newly promoted Fulham a false sense of security in the first PL game. We're so clear:sob::sob::sob::sob::sob::sob:
- CFC DUBois (@CFCDUBois) September 12, 2020
Loool Ceballos and Nketiah fighting
- chief (@chiefteta) September 12, 2020
This isn't passion this is two players throwing there toys out the pram because there not playing, need to put that aggression into the game and they might start ♂️
- Jamie Ohara (@Mrjamieohara1) September 12, 2020
One Twitter user wrote: "Imagine when the real pressure starts to mount."
A second tweeted: "Banter FC is back again."
A third added: "These lot are a joke."
Ceballos and Nketiah are among the substitutes for Mikel Arteta's Arsenal.