Real Madrid welcome Galatasaray at home in the fourth round of the UEFA Champions League group stage. With the home field advantage of the same class, it is not difficult for the Royal team to crush the opponent with 6 goals.
In that bold victory, Benzema also contributed a double. Those goals not only contributed to creating monumental results for the Spanish royal team but also helped the French striker achieve impressive records in this arena. Specifically, the French striker has scored 50 goals for Real Madrid in the C1 arena, helping him to equal the achievement of Real legend Di Stefano.
Despite scoring 2 goals in Real Madrid’s impressive victory over Galatasaray, striker Karim Benzema still humbly believes that he does not deserve to be called a legend of the Royal team.
“I am not a legend at all. When I signed for this club I never thought I would achieve this and I feel extremely happy.”
“It is the result of a team effort. I’m glad the team played well and didn’t concede a goal. It was a goalless meal for the fans.”
“I just know how to give my best for the team and I will continue to do that. I feel very confident if I can help my teammates by talking to them I will.”
Up to this point, after 15 seasons, Benzema has had a total of 61 goals at the highest European club level, of which the 2011/12 season is the year he owns the most goals with 7 shots. hit the opponent’s net. He still has a chance to break the record of Real’s monument for the number of goals in C1 is Raul (66 goals) but it is difficult to beat Cristiano Ronaldo’s record (105 goals).
Benzema and goals at El Clasico