This time Karim Benzema is offering magical help rather than at its end.
When it comes to providing otherworldly help, Bezema has learned from the best in the business.
In a match against Deportivo La Coru లోa in 2010, Spanish maestro Guti – rumored to have eyes on the back of the head – set up Benjima with an ambitious backheel.
It is widely regarded as a great help from time to time … but not anymore, at least for real coach Zinedine Zidane.
“I think it’s Karimes,” the French player told reporters after the match. “It’s very recent. It’s a good team move; Sergio with his head, Kareem’s control and backhill, and then Casemiro knows that Karim can invent something. It’s a beautiful team goal.
“We know Kareem is an impressive player and he shows in every game. One player is improving all the time and the same is happening with Karim. He’s a good old man. If he looks at you at age 32 or 33, they are your best football years.
“It doesn’t surprise me, he’s a player who invents things,” he told AS. “And then there’s Casemiro. It could be one of the championship plays.”
Benzema hailed from the Assist Gutti, who tweeted: “Magic, friend. Brutal.”
After the match, Casemiro insisted on going to Benzema throughout the credit for his goal.
He told reporters that it was a little unfair to talk about my goal after Karim. “We have to congratulate him. This is a top-notch backhill. It is common to learn about Kareem.
Benzema – who has seven assists and 17 goals in the league this season – has crossed the backheel like other assists.
“It’s football. These things come to me. I look at football like that,” he told Movistar. “I knew that Casemiro was going to run behind me and he took it well.
“It’s a good play, but the most important thing is the next goal. Casemiro gets it right.