Chelsea stars past and present helped
With the drones swaying side to side they each took time to account for the wind trajectory before finding their range and smashing open every confetti filled target which was adorned with the word 'cancer', which you can see in the video above.
Chelsea players were also joined by comedian
Moses said of the challenge: “It’s always good for the players to be able to take part in events such as these. Stand Up To Cancer is such an important campaign because cancer affects so many people.
“Gianfranco was the best at hitting the target but it was just a bit of fun and we all had a good laugh competing against each other in the challenge.”
1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime and to help support Stand Up To Cancer's fundraising efforts for ground-breaking research, Hyundai, Chelsea's Global Partner, will be donating its match day rights for Manchester United's visit to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
To be a part of giving cancer a kicking and to find out more, visit standuptocancer.org.uk