Steph Curry is renown for his shooting ability, but not with his feet, rather with his hands.
It’s for that reason he has been named NBA MVP twice and has been an NBA All-Star four times. In recent years, Curry has etched his name into the NBA Hall of Fame for his performances with the Golden State Warriors, but now he looks to be trying his hand at a different sport.
Curry was a guest of honour at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as the Premier League champions locked horns with Arsenal, and had the opportunity to take a penalty in front of the Shed End.
As many players have before him, the likes of Frank Lampard, Eden Hazard and Didier Drogba, Curry buried the penalty emphatically from 12-yards at the Bridge.
If Antonio Conte’s men continue to fire blanks in the manner in which they did on Sunday, it may be worth trying to convince Curry to change sports. What a finish! He posted the below video on his Twitter account.
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) 17 September 2017