After being permanently excluded. Karim Benzema's numbers with France

After being permanently excluded. Karim Benzema's numbers with France

The crisis between Karim Benzema, the Real Madrid striker, and the French Football Federation, over the player's return to represent his country again, has reached a deadlock between the two sides.

The President of the French Football Federation exchanged fiery statements with Karim Benzema after the former confirmed that the player's chances of returning to the national team are completely over, to come out the Real Madrid striker and confirm that he is the only one who decides his fate on international participation.

After the crisis reached a dead end, Karim Benzema presented the France team shirt in his previous international participation.

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema's numbers with France

Karim Benzema, of Algerian origin, represented the French national team of all ages and was crowned the European Under-17 Championship with the French Dukes in 2004.

The Real Madrid striker chose to represent France at the expense of Algeria, and made his international debut on 28 March 2007, scoring the goal of winning the French Dukes at the expense of Austria.

Benzema was crowned Player of the Year award in France three times, in 2011, 2012 and 2014.

In general, Karim Benzema played 81 international matches in France's first team, scoring 27 goals and making 18 the following:

  • Friendly matches: Played 41 games, scored 18 and made 8.
  • World Cup qualifiers: Played 17 games, scored 4 and made 2.
  • Euro qualifiers: 12 games, 5 goals and 4 assists.
  • European Nations: Playing 6, not scoring and making two goals.
  • World Cup: Play 5, score 3 and make 2.

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