Karim Benzema continues to establish scoring records and this Tuesday, with his goal against the Chelsea (1-1), equaled Raul Gonzalez
White as the fourth leading scorer in the history of the Champions League with a total of 71 targets.
The French striker, who has four titles in the best club competition in Europe, lives an idyll with the ‘Champions’, in which he has reached that figure in 130 games, for the 142 that the former Madrid player ‘7’ needed adding also those who played with the shirt of the Schalke 04.
Ahead in the standings is the Polish Robert Lewandowski (73), the Argentine Lionel messi (120) and into Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo with 135.
A Benzema that six days ago, in front of the Cadiz, already surpassed another Raúl record scoring 35 different teams in the League. In addition, he is the fifth top scorer in the history of the Real Madrid (277, with Santillana in front with 290).
The French forward lives another season of great success in front of goal, being the reference of his. In the last seven meetings in LaLiga Santander He has seen goal on nine occasions, and this Tuesday he transferred his great performance to the ‘Champions‘.
His goal against him Chelsea, after a great maneuver in which he lowered the ball into the area with his head and turned to overcome Mendy volley, helped him to surpass his scoring mark from last season (27) and stay two short of equaling his best record in a season with the shirt of the Real Madrid dating from 2018/2019 with 30 goals.