The top 10 scorers in the history of the Spanish League after Karim Benzema joined the list

The top 10 scorers in the history of the Spanish League after Karim Benzema joined the list

French international Karim Benzema, player of Real Madrid, broke into the list of the 10 most scored players in the Spanish League.

After he managed to score a wonderful double against Mallorca, reaching the 200th goal in the Real Madrid shirt, in one of the player’s happy surprises during the current season.

According to the global transfer market website:

The French international is the tenth in the list of historical scorers, led by Argentine Lionel Messi with 474 goals and runner-up Cristiano Ronaldo with 311 goals.

The top scorer with Real Madrid in the Spanish League is Cristiano Ronaldo, with 312 goals.

Raul Gonzalez 229 goals, Di Stefano 227 goals, then Karim Benzema 200 goals.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez gave Benzema a shirt bearing his 200th La Liga goal.

Then he took a souvenir photo with him, on the grounds of the “Santiago Bernabeu”, after the Mallorca match.

On his part, Benzema commented:

“This club is my whole life and I’m very proud of the goals. I hope to put more in. I try to play the football I love. I move around the field, help, score goals and help my teammates.”

In response to his first goal with Real Madrid, Benzema commented, “Let’s say the first, with the help of Van Nistelrooy here at the Bernabeu. I dedicate this to my family, my children, the Madrid fans and all the people who have always loved me.”

The top 10 scorers in the history of the Spanish League after Karim Benzema joined the list

The list of the top 10 players in the Spanish league is as follows:

Lionel Messi: Barcelona (474) goals

Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid (311) goals

Talmo Zarra: Athletic Bilbao (251) goals

Hugo Sanchez: Atletico – Real Madrid – Rayo Vallecano (234) goals

Raul Gonzalez: Real Madrid (229) goals

Alfredo Di Stefano: Real Madrid – Espanyol (227) goals

Cesar Alvarez: Granada – Barcelona – Alche – Cultural Leonesa (221) goals

Kenny: Gijon – Barcelona (219) goals

Bahino: Celta Vigo – Real Madrid – Deportivo La Coruna (214) goals

Karim Benzema: Real Madrid (200) goals.

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