Karim Benzema continues to make history at Real Madrid, with a hat-trick against Manchester City on Wednesday alone, with 600 appearances for his club, the same number as the former set by Real Madrid player Paco Gento.
Benzema’s double has put City’s total of 41 goals in 41 games this season.
With 41 goals, Benzema became the fifth player to reach that mark in a single season in Real Madrid’s history, behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Ferenc Puskas, Alfredo Di Stefano and Hugo Sanchez.
Benzema is also close to surpassing Raul Gonzales as Real Madrid’s second highest goalscorer behind the club, behind Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently has 320 goals, while Raul has scored 323 for Madrid.
However, the Real Madrid star’s prowess in the Champions League, which is considered to be the most exciting for him this year, is currently 14 goals, making him the top scorer in the competition. , while Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewondoski followed with 12 goals.