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 By Chris Wright

Steph Curry and Channing Tatum grace the Stamford Bridge turf

As one of the stellar fixtures of the Premier League season, it's perhaps little wonder that a phalanx of celebrity names were drawn to Sunday's clash between Chelsea and Arsenal.

Several superstars were spotted in the crowd at Stamford Bridge, with actor Channing Tatum even making it out onto the pitch before kickoff.

Meanwhile NBA star Steph Curry followed up his midweek appearance at PSG with a trip to watch the champions square off against the Gunners.

NBA star Stephen Curry took the pitch after Chelsea and Arsenal's goalless draw to practice his penalties.

The Golden State Warriors guard was even allowed onto the hallowed turf after the game to practice his penalties.

While the technique could use a little fine-tuning, it's always looks awesome when they go in off the crossbar!

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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