Burnley produced a resilient defensive effort in the second half against Chelsea to earn a point which all but secured their Premier League survival.
Sean Dyche’s side moved nine points clear of Cardiff – who occupy the final relegation place – with just three games remaining and with a vastly superior goal difference over Neil Warnock’s men.
Chelsea moved back into the top four despite being unable to find a way through the Clarets defence, a point above Arsenal in fifth and three clear of sixth-placed Manchester United.
Burnley stunned Stamford Bridge by taking a seventh-minute lead moments after Ben Mee had hooked off the line at the other end.
Chelsea failed to fully clear a corner, with the header falling for Jeff Hendrick on the edge of the area, who hit a superb dipping volley past Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Chelsea hit back in style, scoring twice in as many minutes to turn the game on its head.
Hazard set the first up with some smart play, with N’Golo Kante supplying the finish, before Gonzalo Higuain fired the Blues ahead with a powerful strike after a smart turn in the area.
Chelsea were undone from another set piece as Burnley equalised after 23 minutes, Ashley Barnes nicking in to level for the visitors after headers from Mee and Chris Wood.