Karim Benzema hat-trick when Real Madrid beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Rio Ferdinand: Should have won the Ballon d’Or

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Karim Benzema hat-trick when Real Madrid beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Rio Ferdinand: Should have won the Ballon d’Or

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema’s expression after scoring a goal against Chelsea in the first leg of the 2021/2022 Champions League quarter-final at Stamford Bridge, Thursday

Real Madrid striker, Karim Benzema , managed to show an extraordinary performance by scoring a hat trick against Chelsea in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals at Stamford Bridge, Thursday (7/4/2022) early morning WIB. Former Manchester United, Rio Ferdinand, believes the French striker deserves to win the Ballon d’Or.

Karim Benzema scored two goals with three minutes adrift of Chelsea’s goal. After being rewarded by Kai Havertz’s goal, Benzema sealed a 3-1 victory for Real Madrid with his third goal early in the second half.

Seeing the brilliance of Karim Benzema at Chelsea headquarters, Rio Ferdinand also expressed his opinion. Unmitigated, the former Manchester United defender said Karim Benzema deserved to get the Ballon d’Or.

Mainstay of Real Madrid Karim Benzema. After breaking his fast 13 minutes before kick off, the 34-year-old French striker of Algerian descent performed brilliantly by scoring a hat-trick for Real Madrid against Chelsea. He was withdrawn in the 86th minute to be replaced by Gareth Bale.

Rio Ferdinand was crazy about the way Karim Benzema developed after Real Madrid no longer had Cristiano Ronaldo. Praise from the former England national team defender also came.

“This is the end of a business and keep scoring goals. He took Real Madrid to the top of the league. They fly and he is the flagship,” Rio Ferdinand said of Karim Benzema.

“When Cristiano Ronaldo was there, he had the humility to stay behind because he knew what the team needed.

“He is 34 years old and he is the best No. 9 in the world. He is on a different level. He has goals, assists, he can slow the game down,” continued Rio Ferdinand.