Eden Hazard has had his most ineffectual season to date at Chelsea this year. The Belgian hasn't managed to score a league goal since May 2015, with many thinking the winger has somehow lost his explosive pace that saw him become so successful in recent seasons.
ESPN have compiled a long list of things that have happened since the last time Eden Hazard found the back of the net in the Premier League.
11. Barcelona won FIVE trophies
Yes, five trophies. Barca enjoyed the perfect debut season under Luis Enrique as the Spaniard brought home the treble in his first season as Barca manager.
And they could even become the first team to win back-to-back trebles, as they sit comfortably at the top of La Liga with a spot in the Copa Del Rey final already secured.
10. Cristiano Ronaldo Has Scored 42 Goals for Real Madrid
Eden Hazard and Cristiano Ronaldo were considered in the same light not too long ago, which is why it is so surprising to see the Belgian's demise. Ronaldo has scored 42 goals for Real Madrid, 28 in La Liga and 14 in the Champions League in the same period as Hazard's unbelievable goal drought.
9. 10 Premier League Managers Have Lost Their Jobs
There has been a lot of chopping and changing in the Premier League since Hazard's last goal. None other than Hazard's former boss Jose Mourinho, the Special One, was dismissed as the Chelsea manager after a horrific run of at the start of the season that saw Chelsea lose nine of their first 16 league games.
8. Sepp Blatter Became FIFA President Again, Before Resigning Then Getting Banned From Football
The FIFA corruption scandal has rocked the world of football. In the time it's taken for Hazard to get off the mark in a Chelsea shirt this year, Sepp Blatter was re-elected FIFA's president before stepping down a few months later. He was then banned from football, which was later overturned.
7. Real Madrid Have Had 3 Different Managers
Carlo Ancelotti was replaced by Rafa Benitez at the start of the season, but after just a few months the former Liverpool manager was let go after a humiliating 4-0 defeat at home to Luis Enrique's Barcelona.
Zinedine Zidane took up the managerial spot, but he too has made a stuttering start as Madrid lie 12 points behind Barcelona. Could we possibly see a 4th Real Madrid manager before Hazard finds the back of the net?
6. Dele Alli Went From Playing Yeovil Town for MK Dons to Becoming a Star in Tottenham's Title Challenging Team
One of the shining lights of an incredible season for Spurs has been the emergence of young Dele Alli. The 19-year-old signed for Tottenham from MK Dons for £5m last Summer and since then has become a huge hit in North London.
The midfielder has scored seven goals for Spurs in 21 appearances this season. That's seven more than Eden Hazard has managed!
5. Jamie Vardy Set the Record for Scoring in 11 Consecutive Premier League Games
One of the highlights of the Premier League season was Jamie Vardy's no nonsense start for Leicester. The pacy forward scored in 11 consecutive Premier League games, breaking Ruud Van Nistelrooy's record of 10.
Vardy is currently top of the Premier League scoring charts with 19 goals and could be on course for a Euro 2016 call up.
4. Robert Lewandowski Scored 5 Goals In 9 Minutes
Perhaps the most impressive on the list, Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski broke every record possible by scoring an inconceivable 5 goals in 9 minutes against Wolfsburg. The Polish striker has become one of the most prolific forwards in Europe, scoring 30 goals in 29 games this season for Pep Guardiola's side.
3. Danny Welbeck Returned After 9 Months on the Sidelines to Score the Winning Goal Against Leicester City
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck spent nine months out of action with a knee injury and upon his return he scored the winning goal against Leicester at the Emirates.
Hazard has failed to score a Premier League goal in 2,083 minutes of football. Welbeck managed to get his first just seven minutes after returning from injury after replacing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 83rd minute.
2. Leicester City Went From 16th to Title Favourites
Leicester's rise under former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri has taken everyone by surprise this year. After a wonderful start to the season, many thought that the Foxes would eventually start to fall short of the pace, but with just 11 games to go they are top of the league by 2 points and have even become the bookies' favourites.
1. Eden Hazard Made an Estimated £8,542,857 in Wages
Eight and a half million is a huge amount of money at the best of times, but it seems far bigger when we realise that it's the sum Eden Hazard has earned in wages since his last Premier League goal.
Roman Abramovic might have to re-mortgage his yacht at this rate.