The Sampdoria striker has 21 league goals this term and is two clear of Ronaldo (19) in the Serie A top scorers charts.
Ronaldo has only created eight big chances too, Mohamed Salah and Duvan Zapata are the most creative players behind Lionel Messi and Hazard.
Messi now has 414 goals to his name in La Liga, an all-time record which he will now look to build upon.
Ronaldo is over 100 behind now that he has left Real Madrid with 311, although he does have a better strike record of 1.07 per game.
The Argentine is also the top soccer in this season’s Champions League with eight goals.
Ronaldo only has four, which was boosted by his hat-trick in the Round of 16 against Atletico.
While the world of football waits for the next set of stars to dethrone the pair, Messi has not shown any signs of slowing down.
Ronaldo’s stats suggest he is though as he’s taken time to adapt to life at Juventus and had injury problems.