Eden Hazard has scored some wonder goals during his time at Chelsea.
The most recent of which came against Liverpool in the EFL Cup earlier this year.
Hazard actually started the tie on the bench and was only brought on in the second half with his team staring at an exit from the competition.
Emerson Palmieri restored parity with 11 minutes to go, before the Belgian winger ensured Chelsea would progress after scoring a quite stunning goal.
Picking the ball up on the right wing, Hazard waltzed past a number of red shirts before firing a brilliant low effort past Simon Mignolet.
Some will consider that to be the best goal he has scored for the west London club.
However, he also scored a wonder goal against Arsenal which set his side on their way to the Premier League title in the 2016/17 season.
With Chelsea already 1-0 up, Hazard doubled his side's tally by scoring a remarkable solo goal where he turned a number of Arsenal players inside out.
He really did make it look all very easy.
Chelsea have now posted a video of him commentating on that very goal, and it's gold.
In the clip he jokingly refers to himself as a 'special player' while also describing the goal as 'unbelievable'.
Watch it below:
Quality stuff from Hazard. He's top entertainment both on and off the pitch.
The Belgian winger has been in impeccable form for Chelsea this season, and the clubs fans will no doubt be hoping he can lead them to their fifth Premier League title.
However, following Chelsea's 3-1 defeat to Spurs on the weekend, Hazard has admitted that Chelsea are focusing on a top four finish and not being champions.
“We’re thinking about finishing in the top four, not to be the champions," he's quoted as saying by The Sun.
"We know City are not much better than Chelsea but they are better at the moment.
“In what areas are City better? A lot. Possession. When they have chances, they score.
"Maybe defensively they are better. They have top players.
“Their consistency as well, winning game after game. They are in a good momentum since last year and we need to be back like this.”