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Shakhtar – Real Madrid: Karim Benzema is in the list of the top 4 Real Madrid scorers! Champions League

Shakhtar - Real Madrid: Karim Benzema is in the list of the top 4 Real Madrid scorers!  Champions League

Benzema was never, and still is, and probably never will line up with Raul or Alfredo Di Stefano. The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the club meant that the French carried the weight of the entire royal attack on his shoulders and for several years he proved to be a model, a complete striker and simply the best sniper he can currently play. The team is from Madrid. Even the arrival of Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland at the club won’t change that – as long as Benzema plays, they will have to adapt to the system.

The former Lyon player only has to defend himself with gameplay and variety. Goals and hundreds of goals are also talking about him. The kick of the match against Shakhtar was Benzema’s 290th goal for Madrid. This amazing result has been completed by the player since 2009, when he joined the club with Ronaldo and Kaka.

The same number of goals he collected in Real Madrid Carlos Santillana, who scored as if in the seventies and eighties. Only Cristiano Ronaldo (450), Raul (323) and Alfredo Di Stefano (307) have more goals in royal colours.

The best scorers in the history of Real Madrid

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo – 450 goals
  2. Raoul – 323
  3. Alfredo Di Stefano – 307
  4. Karim Benzema and Carlos Santana – 290 each

Cristiano Ronaldo’s result seems out of Benzema’s reach, but Raul and Di Stefano’s performances are not. Moreover, if the French maintain the level that has been impressive since the start of the season (11 goals and eight assists in 11 games), the Argentine can really catch up this season.

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It would be a huge achievement. Di Stefano played for Real Madrid in the 1950s and 1960s, and was the only one to score in five European Cup finals (the first five, all won by Los Blancos), which led the club to eight national championships. Millions of Argentine fans consider the greatest legend in the club’s history. Unfortunately, the former ingenious striker won’t be able to see Benzema hack his tally. Di Stefano died on July 7, 2014 in Madrid.

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