- Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski will confront each other without precedent for El Clasico.
- Karim Benzema went on a goalscoring whirlwind that assisted Genuine Madrid to a Boss. With leaguing and La Liga twofold last season rivals Barcelona set up their arrangements to battle capability with capability, productive forward with productive forward.
Benzema got multiple times in 46 appearances in all rivalries at a pace of 0.96 objectives per game to make himself the leader during the current year’s Ballon d’Or.
So Barcelona moved for one more of this age’s most prestigious number nines in Robert Lewandowski, a player who arrived at 50 years of objectives in a Bayern Munich shirt the last term at a pace of 1.09 per game.
Interestingly on Sunday, when Genuine Madrid has Barcelona at the Bernabeu, Benzema and Lewandowski look set to lead the line against one another in El Clasico.
The unbeaten adversaries sit level at the culmination of La Liga, with Barcelona top on objective distinction and 34-year-old Lewandowksi driving the scoring diagrams with nine objectives in eight games.
“Robert Lewandowski has been mighty this season for Barcelona,” previous Barcelona and Spain safeguard Albert Ferrer tells BBC Game.
“Lewandowski does something to the group that they didn’t have. Aside from scoring objectives and being in the container more often than not, he is vital – his development, how he converses with players, and how he lets them know what space to possess.