Karim Benzema’s Goalscoring Record In Last 10 La Liga Seasons

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Here is Karim Benzema’s goalscoring record in last 10 La Liga seasons

Can you guess how many goals did Karim Benzema score in 2012/13 season? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of Benzema’s best performing stats.

This article will tell you about Karim Benzema‘s goalscoring record in last 10 La Liga seasons.

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Last 10 La Liga Seasons

  1. 2012/13 – 11 goals
  2. 2013/14 – 17 goals
  3. 2014/15 – 15 goals
  4. 2015/16 – 24 goals
  5. 2016/17 – 11 goals
  6. 2017/18 – 5 goals
  7. 2018/19 – 21 goals
  8. 2019/20 – 21 goals
  9. 2020/21 – 23 goals
  10. 2021/22 – 22 goals

Karim Benzema is one of the greatest strikers in football history. He recently scored a hattrick against PSG to knock them out in the second leg of UEFA Champions League round-of-16.

He is just 3 goals away from breaking his own goalscoring record which he made during 2015/16 La Liga season with Real Madrid. He still has 9 games left in this season to achieve this feat.

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After scoring a brace against Mallorca, Benzema has now become the highest scoring French player of all time. With 413 career goals, he has broken Thierry Henry’s record of 411 career goals as a French player.

In a recent incident, Indian actor Ranveer Singh broke down in tears after meeting his childhood hero, Thierry Henry. He revealed that he met the Arsenal legend in Mumbai back in 2016.

Ranveer Singh: “On the way to meet him, I was very excited. But the minute he came in front of me, I broke out in tears.”

“I couldn’t control my emotions as I saw him in the flesh. Tears were coming down. I just started crying,” he added.

The actor recollected how kind and patient the sports star was to him, adding, “That just changed me forever. Prior to that, whenever I saw people moving to tears on meeting me, or when someone tattooed your face or name on their body, I used to find it overwhelming.”

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“I was curious that isn’t all this a bit much. But when that happened to me, I understood that. I had a new-found way of looking at it. It was a new respect that I found for that dynamic,” he further added.

“In that moment, I learnt a lesson for life. I engage those fans very differently now. I am so much more respectful and sensitive to what they’re feeling in that moment because it happened to me. Because how kind and warm he was to me, it meant the world to me,” Ranveer concluded. “He made me feel so special that I want to pay that kindness and goodness forward.”

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.