Arsenal's Chasing Windmills
Practically speaking, there are only two chances for everyone but Leicester City to claim the Premiership title.
Slim and none. And Slim left town.
Still, a confident Arsenal side took on Watford and came out with 4-0 smash-o-rama to keep its dying hopes alive.
Being real, though, it'd take a collapse of Philadelphia Phillies proportions for the Foxes to lose it now.
Watford tried its best to handle the Gunners, and even though the 14th-placed Hornets have picked up 18 points on the road this season -- 5-3-7 -- they had no chance at the Emirates.
Apparently, dude's head isn't as good as his feet.
Arsenal got busy again in the 38th minute, with its typical signature style, ie- pass, pass, and then ka-boom:
Alex Iwobi looks like he's the Gunners' new gem.
Watford couldn't have had any it worse, as Mr Deflection decided to show up:
The crossing game continued, and ultimately, it created a lovely parting gift just before time. Theo Walcott did the honors:
Based on their remaining schedules, the Foxes' seven-point margin over the Gunners looks daunting; Arsenal does have a game in hand, hosting the doomed Aston Villa on 15 May.
Leicester's biggest challenge is being new to the experience.
Arsenal can only hold serve and hope.