The Belgian was once more at his superb best in the win over Manchester United.
While the rest of the side have struggled in recent weeks as they look to win the Premier League title for the first time in five years, the Belgian has continued to sparkle.
Last week he played a big part in the winning goal over QPR, while this time around he turned predator, scoring to secure the vital win over Manchester United.
We decided to take a look at Hazard's stats from the game to highlight just how good he was once again.
First and foremost he had the winning goal to his name, while he also managed four total scoring attempts in the game, with two of those being on target.
His dribbling was once again on top too - Hazard has the most take-ons of any player in the Premier League this season, having seven contests throughout the game and winning five of them - a success rate of 71%.
Hazard's passing was also at its usual superb level, as he registered 25 passes throughout the game with 21 of those being accurate - an impressive pass success rate of 81%.
The fact that 18 of those were passes in the final third - a massive 72% - demonstrates how much of an attacking danger he was in the game.
So, yet another impressive performance from Chelsea star Eden Hazard who has moved his side closer to the Premier League title and is surely almost certain to win Player of the Season come its finale.