At Real Madrid, Karim Benzema just keeps making history as he becomes the club’s sixth highest ever scorer on 209 goals, one ahead of Hugo Sanchez.
He scored a brace at the Estadi Montilivi against Girona in the Copa del Rey, with his first coming after Dani Carvajal‘s cross was finished off like a work of art
Now the club’s sixth highest scorer, he is not far behind Ferenc Puskas on 242 goals, then Santillana on 290, before Alfredo Di Stefano with 308, Raul Gonzalez with 323 and finally Cristiano Ronaldo on 451.
Often accused of not scoring enough goals, he has put that accusation firmly to bed with his incredible record-breaking form.
Having scored 136 goals in LaLiga Santander, 47 in the Champions League, 20 in the Copa del Rey, three in the Club World Cup, two in the Spanish Super Cup and one in the European Super Cup, no competition can resist him.