A lot of his options for passing were cut out but done well to keep the ball moving and made quite a few passes forward IIRC. That play with Saka for the goal was a relatively simple combination but fairly effective, I could see him repeating that a lot. I noticed Saka making 3-4 runs early in the first half that weren't being found or any balls played for them. The next time Ceballos got the ball he ran across the midfield and tried to play him in. He was clearly looking for opportunities to make incisive passes but West Ham were fairly well organized and without the option Tierney gives him in playing it forward he couldn't be as effective.