After touching the 200-goal milestone for Real Madrid, Karim Benzema is determined as ever to
"I play football to rewrite the history books and sometimes people don't understand what I do out on the pitch," he said, via the club's website, as quoted by FourFourTwo.
"I'm there to help my team-mates and give my all. I sometimes score and other times I don't. But the important thing is that we win silverware. I'm 30 now and that's always been the case. I'm very proud of my goals, it's a big tally and that gives me the confidence to go on and score more."
"However, it's not just all about the goals, you've got to be a good footballer to be a good striker. When I take to the pitch I want to score goals, but am also keen to provide assists, defend, attack… do the job that a forward does," he concluded.