Oh, what a pleasant day. Sun shining, footy on the TV. Arsenal on the cusp of their perennial second place. It just feels like the kind of day to go out, take your pet ball for a walk, greet your neighbors, be affable, and score a goal. So, donning his walking stick, and his best pair of socks, Chelsea's Eden Hazard did just that. It was serene.
Gaze upon Hazard as he exchanges pleasantries with nearly seven Arsenal defenders, bidding them hello as he carries along, pulling up fresh sod with his carefree stride, the ball on a tight leash:
Look as he meets the goal mouth, and releases the ball, like it had just reached the gates of a dog park. It is thrilled to be in the net. And so was Stamford Bridge. Hazard's leisurely saunter marked just one of three Chelsea would have on the day to Arsenal's one, putting them a clear 12 points ahead of the pack. G'dday, to you!