Benzema: it’s time to brake Ronaldos’ record, 35 goals this season is the aim

Real Madrid’s best scorer so far this season, Karim Benzema has shown that he will do his best to score however many goals as possible.

The Frenchman has clarified that after Cristiano Ronaldo’s flight, he would be happy to hit the goal multiple times by June.

“When I think back, I see what I’ve done at Real Madrid, with a considerable measure of forfeit, and I’m upbeat,” he revealed to Real Madrid TV.

“The imperative thing is to dependably be spurred.

“Before we had Cristiano and now we don’t , so it’s my turn and I’m prepared for that.

“I’ll attempt to score a considerable measure of goals , as I need to score in each diversion.

“I’m not going to put a number on my head, yet I get a kick out of the chance to score and give helps.

“Thirty five goals? I like that number.”

The 30-year-old proceeded to discuss his current shape.

“I feel great in this club and in the group,” he proceeded.

“On the pitch I’m constantly glad, and scoring goals  and giving assists make me cheerful as well.

“I feel exceptionally well and you can see it on the pitch, as I am solid, persuaded and with a great deal of desire.

“It is an essential year for everybody and right currently we’re fine, we play as a group and we’re fortunate to score a bigger number of goals than previously.”

His previous partner, Xabi Alonso, adulated Benzema’s commitment to Los Blancos.

“He is truly outstanding of the most recent decade, since he deals with a great deal of things, not simply goals,” he noted.

“His match is tremendous and I might want to have him as a coach.

“At the point when Karim plays well, the group plays well.”

Alvaro Arbeloa had just great remarks to include.

“I’m a major aficionado of Karim, as I have experienced him in preparing and I realize that it is so hard to stamp him,” he said.

“He is an incredible player, in Madrid as well as in world football.

“Karim looked sideways where Cristiano Ronaldo was, however this year he doesn’t have him and I think it benefits him as far as scoring.

“Presently it is he who completes the plays and I like that he’s assuming liability for scoring goals.”

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