Dani Ceballos discussed his adjustment to the Premier League, including how he felt playing in Arsenal's 3-1 loss against Liverpool.
“I’ve never seen anything like what I saw at Anfield; I haven’t seen a team that plays better, that presses like them, the way the fans carry them along. They take the air from you. You spend so much time defending and when you want to do something with the ball, when you want to breathe, they’re back on top of you. They’re very well-drilled," Ceballos told Sid Lowe of The Guardian.
Ceballos also compared Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's desire to score goals with Cristiano Ronaldo in lauding Arsenal's front three.
“We’ve got a very good, compact side and the three up front really make the difference. You can compare [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang to Cristiano [Ronaldo] when he was at Madrid in the sense that he plays close to the goal, he lives for scoring. He’s very important for us, fundamental. [Nicolas] Pépé is very direct. And [Alexandre] Lacazette, for me, is the best player: he understands the game perfectly and, if he’s 100%, he’s going to give us so much."