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Real Madrid star, Benzema could make history for himself this season by winning the Pichichi Trophy

Spanish La Liga Santander giant, Real Madrid forward maestro Karim Benzema has been one of the key figures in the competition since his arrival at the Santiago Bernabeu way back in 2009 from Olympique Lyonnaise.

Since his arrival at the Los Blancos, the rest has been history for the Frenchman winning several titles both at the domestic top-flight league and European competitions, becoming the club's fifth all-time top goalscorer as well as their all-time top assist provider.

The 33 years old football maestro with his great exploit in the Spanish La Liga considering his aerial ability, workrate, playmaking and clinical finishing has made him to be regarded as one of the best strikers in the modern game of football.

Karim Benzema is in the top ten all-time top scorers in the Spanish La Liga but he is the only player in that list that has never won the Pichichi Trophy.

In the current campaign, the Frenchman has been directly involved in 11 leagues goal scoring six (6) and assisting five (5) which makes him only the second player alongside Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland in Europe's top five leagues to reach double figure in the current season.

Karim Benzema with his incredible goal scoring form could then make history for himself by winning the Pichichi Trophy for the very first time, especially now that there is no Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi who have always proved to be strong competitors during their reign in the competition.

Karim Benzema having kick-started the campaign with a great scoring tempo could undoubtebly break the jinx this season should he maintain the pace till the very last end.

Wishing him the very best of luck as he looked forward to making this a reality which will add more to his list of personal achievements and records at the club.

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