Real Madrid's Benzema equals with Raul as club's 2nd all-time top scorer
French star hit 323 goals for Real Madrid since 2009, Ronaldo playing for Manchester United scored 451 goals to top list
Real Madrid's French forward Karim Benzema leveled with Raul Gonzalez as the Spanish football club's second all-time top scorer late Thursday.
A Real Madrid regular since 2009, Benzema, who scored in the Whites' six-goal romp against Levante on Thursday, tallied 323 goals in total.
Real Madrid's Spanish legend Raul, 44, hit 323 goals in 1994-2010.
The Spanish club's all-time highest scorer is Cristiano Ronaldo as the Portuguese superstar -- now a Manchester United forward -- scored 451 goals for the Whites.
An ex-Olympique Lyon forward Benzema, 34, has a contract with Real Madrid until June 2023.
Benzema is spending a splendid season, scoring 44 goals in 44 appearances.
He won four UEFA Champions League titles, and four Spanish La Liga titles with Real Madrid.
Real Madrid, who thrashed Levante 6-0 at home, has already clinched the 2022 La Liga title.