Benzema: "It has been a strong blow to the tibia"

The Frenchman Karim Benzema, Real Madrid forward, revealed that he left the field of play, in the victory against Liverpool (1-0) thanks to his goal in the 78th minute due to a “strong blow to the tibia” that, however, he considered that it will not prevent him from being available in the League classic next Sunday.

“A strong blow to the tibia. Just a blow,” he commented on Movistar + after the match.

“I am, I am”, he answered about his presence in the classic.

A Benzema who analyzed the victory in a second leg in which they did not suffer to make good the income from 2-5 in the first leg.

“It was a difficult match against a good rival, but we, from the beginning, showed that we wanted to go forward. It was a good match for the fans and for everyone,” he said.

“Suffering is today’s football. Everyone wants more, but sometimes you have to suffer. The most important thing is to suffer and get through,” he added.

In addition, he did not want to opt for any rival for the quarterfinals.

“All the teams are good. At this level there are no small teams and it is defined by details. We’ll see who touches us”, he valued.

Lastly, he commented on what he told his compatriot Eduardo Camavinga before, during and after the match.

“Small details. I know that Liverpool’s two central defenders play very open and I told him that. He tries. He’s young, but he’s very talented and we’re happy with him,” he revealed.

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