Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema presently has 250 goals to his name for the club, placing himself on the fifth of the club’s all-time scoring list, but the Frenchman claims he’s always been for a lot more than the end result.
At Santiago Bernabeu, he has spent 11 exciting years and has scored quite a lot.
However, under Zinedine Zidane, the 32-year-old has been a central figure after Cristiano Ronaldo departed for a new adventure at Juventus.
Over the last two seasons, Benzema has reached the goal 57 times and is now up and running for 2020-21.
he told Real’s official website on the back of netting in a 2-0 win over Levante, “I feel very delighted and very proud of my goals.”
“[I’m] quite [proud] of the play [we’re producing] at the club at this moment and it’s a privilege for me and I’m going to work to continue scoring goals.”
“People see football differently and there are those who just pay attention to the goals, but there are other things like movement or passes. I am a forward who can score goals too.”