Benzema and Ronaldo make up two-thirds of Real's devastating BBC front-line that has fired the club to back-to-back Champions League titles.
And Benzema has felt the brunt of the Madrid fans' criticism this term having struggling in front of goal. "He's someone who scores 50 goals for you, so you say to yourself that he plays for himself, but if you look at the stats, he makes a lot of assists", Benzema said.
With the Los Blancos facing the task of overturning an eight point deficit between themselves and Barcelona, it is imperative that Benzema finds his domestic form as quickly as possible.
"He's more selfish than me, but that's normal".
Benzema further spoke about his relationship with Ronaldo and said,"Ronaldo and I, we get on well".
"I'm not a disrupter, but I have an image that is not good externally [away from the team]".
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One of the more unfortunate parts of the season for the French forward has been the criticism he has received from his own supporters.
And the former Lyon striker does not foresee his situation with France changing in the near future.
"It's hard, especially in Spain, where sometimes you don't understand it", he admitted.
"They are normally there to boost you".
The Frenchman has racked up nearly 200 goals across all competitions for Los Blancos, adding 2 La Liga crowns, 2 Copa Del Reys, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 UEFA Super Cups and a pair of FIFA Club World Cups to his trophy cabinet in the process. I like football and winning trophies. I focus on the football.
It takes a special kind of personality to, on one hand, be the player who played a major role in some of a club's biggest successes of the last 20 years and then, on the other hand, be so utterly despised by the same club's fans that they are actively petitioning for you to be removed from your position as club ambassador. "As long as Didier Deschamps is coach I will have no chance of returning to the French team". "Perhaps he is not motivated the same way that he was two years ago".