Real sets new record with Benzema’s performance in Copa del Rey victory over Barcelona.

    The Clasico that brought Barcelona and Real Madrid together in the second leg of the semi-final of the Copa del Rey ended just a minute ago, the meeting, which took place at Spotify’s Camp Nou stadium.

    In the course of the meeting, the Royal Club was able to get ahead and achieve a very big victory over their rivals, Barça, by four unanswered, in order for Real Madrid to reach the final of the Copa del Rey against Osasuna.

    Benzema and records

    Karim Benzema set a new record in this meeting, scoring 3 goals against Barcelona in the 50th, 58th and 80th minutes of the match.

    To set 3 records after 43 matches, he played with Al Merenji against the Blaugrana in all official competitions, and Benzema was able to score the first hat-trick for Real Madrid against Barcelona since 1995.

    It is also worth noting that Benzema’s hat-trick was Real Madrid’s first at the Camp Nou since Ferenc Puskas in 1963.

    Benzema’s hat-trick was the first for Barcelona and Real Clasico since Luis Suárez’s hat-trick in 2018, and Real Madrid reached the Copa del Rey final for the first time since winning the title in 2014.

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