The Belgian winger was against influential as Antonio Conte’s men won their 10th game on the bounce at Stamford Bridge.
It had looked in doubt too, as the visitors twice equalised after Chelsea took the lead through Gary Cahill and Willian.
Bruno Martins Indi and Peter Crouch had got Stoke back on level terms, but Willian scored again before Diego Costa applied a fourth to complete the scoring at 4-2.
While the six goals got all the attention in the highlights, this bit of quality from Hazard was worth an inclusion too.
Faced up with Adam in his own half, Hazard shifted his body one way and then the other before putting the Scot on his bottom and speeding off:
That’s one Adam definitely won’t want to see again.
Hazard moves into 2017 after a brilliant second half of 2016 and if he can continue his strong form then you’d find it hard to back against Chelsea to win the English Premier League.