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Real Madrid’s Five Best Number 9’s Of The Modern Era (Pictures Below)

Karim Benzema continues to secretly get his name in the history books of Real Madrid, one of the club's greatest contemporary contributors who recently scored his 250th goal for the Spanish giants. The Frenchman led the Bernabeu ranks for more than a decade, winning three championship titles and four Champions League trophies among his main medals. He entered the final with only four players in history to have scored more goals in the competition. We decided to take a look back at some of the biggest club centers - up to modern times, here are the five best players wearing the ninth jersey of Los Blancos.

5. Ivan Zamorano

Zamorano was once so desperate to wear the number nine that he impressively placed a creative symbol between his two number 18s at Inter Milan after being crowned the bigger number after swapping shirts with the great Roberto Baggio and Ronaldo.

However, during his time with Nerazurri, the Chilean was a mascot during his four years at Real Madrid. He collected goals for more than a century and released the club to the Spanish title in 1995. After Raul's appearance he left the club for Inter with a record 101 goals and 173 appearances, "Bam Bam" regained cult hero status at the San Siro.

4. Fernando Morientes

In Fernando Morientes' appearance at Real Zaragoza, Real Madrid came from their rivals to the young players. The striker made a good impression during the Bernabeu's eight years in office. His debut season ended as the club's top scorer in all competitions as the Spanish side waited 32 years to be crowned European champions before remaining a vital part of the squad as Real won two more Champions League titles next year, four seasons. , scored his last win in 2000 against Valencia.

He moved to Liverpool on a permanent basis in 2005 and suffered a notable Merseyside spell. The best period of his career was undoubtedly the all-white Real Madrid, when he won five major awards and scored 100 goals in 272 games.

3. Ronaldo

Real Madrid may not have seen the original Ronaldo, but version 2.0, released at the Bernabeu in the summer of 2002, is still a player to be respected and feared. from an explosion that made him perhaps the most exciting talent the game had seen in his youth, with the star developing his game to focus solely on scoring goals with relentless efficiency.

He scored 30 goals in all competitions that season, including a superb hat-trick against Manchester United in the Champions League - a feat which earned the player a standing ovation from the crowd at Old Trafford. Injury problems have halted his progress in the Spanish capital in recent years, but he is away, winning two league titles and scoring an impressive 104 goals in 177 appearances in all competitions. Ronaldo is the undisputed superstar of any era - or any era.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo

In the summer of 2009, Real Madrid were the first to foray into the second galaxy era, spending an unprecedented amount on the window that brought Karim Benzema, Kaka and Xabi Alonso to the Bernabeu. However, the arrival of the tent set a world record to catch Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United, the current Golden Ball winner and a player who has long dreamed of representing Los Blancos.

Over eight seasons in the club's colors, Ronaldo was the top scorer in all competitions with a seemingly incredible 450 goals in just 438 appearances and winning the Golden Ball and Champions League four times. Ronaldo left Real Madrid for Juventus two years ago, arguing that he is the most iconic club figure of all time, which has fascinated him with his impressive performances.

1. Karim Benzema

Benzema's career at Real Madrid, who currently holds the number nine jersey, has hit peaks, lows and lots of success. The French striker was a popular figure with teammates and managers during his stay in the Spanish capital. A selfless style in which she is eager to connect the game and bring out the best in those around her. Benzema could be number nine and very successful, scoring 253 goals in 522 games for Real Madrid, although that is more than just a threat to goals as no one else has assisted for the club.

Three league titles and four Champions League trophies top the list of honors for a player who, despite his achievements outside the Bernabeu, is still underestimated. Benzema is one of the best strikers of the last decade.

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