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WATCH: Cahill takes center stage and Hazard has some fun, but Sarri skips lap of honor

Mostly good vibes after achieving Champions League qualification!

After a well played (mostly) 3-0 victory against Watford in the final Premier League game of this season at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea players and their families took the traditional lap of honour around the pitch, lapping up the applause and appreciation from the fans.

The win, combined with the daylight and decent weather certainly made for happier scenes than last year!

Let’s see what unfolded post game!

Gary Cahill was the man of the moment, although there was no speech.

Meanwhile, Eden Hazard was caught doing Eden Hazard things ... such as tackling his own son.

It was great to see the Callum Hudson-Odoi taking some pictures with the fans and his fellow academy graduates ... even if Exeter City (and probably Brondby, too), might take a slight exception with those designations.

It wouldn’t be a party without David Luiz, every child’s favourite Uncle! Here he is playing with Eden’s kids, being the same old Geezer we know and love.

Head coach Maurizio Sarri didn’t really participate, for whatever reason, joining Rafa Benitez in this regard. Benitez was an extremely disliked manager (much more so than Sarri, believe it or not), although he still acknowledged the fans in an interview afterwards.

Sarri, who hasn’t bothered to form a relationship at all with the fans this season, skipped what could’ve been a great opportunity to do so.

Here are a few more pictures from the day as the players took their leisurely stroll.

Let’s finish this up with a typical Hazard comedy clip

Stop being naughty, Haz ... and sign that contract!

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