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Real Madrid star Benzema to miss Sevilla game

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By AFP October 22, 2022 | 12.55pm Real Madrid talisman and Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema will miss his side’s clash against Sevilla on Saturday in La Liga with a thigh injury. Real Madrid’s French striker Karim Benzema reacts during the Spanish league football match between Real Madrid CF and Levante UD at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on May 12, 2022. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP) Real Madrid Talisman and Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema will miss his side’s clash against Sevilla on Saturday in La Liga with a thigh injury. The French striker, 34, was proclaimed the best player in the world at the Paris gala on Monday, scored against Elche on Wednesday to keep Madrid top of mind but will not be available for Sevilla’s visit to the Santiago Bernabeu. “After the tests carried out today on Karim Benzema by the Real Madrid medical services, they detected muscle fatigue in the quadriceps of his left leg,” Madrid said in a statement on Saturday. Benzema, who missed most of September with a sprained right thigh, has scored five goals in seven league appearances this season. Floods caused by torrential rains in Niger have claimed 195 lives and affected more than 322,000 people, according to an official report released on Saturday. 1 hour ago Real Madrid talisman and Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema will miss his side’s clash against Sevilla on Saturday in La Liga with a thigh injury. 1 hour ago Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni was sworn in as Italy’s prime minister on Saturday, becoming the first woman to lead a government in Italy. Meloni was sworn in before President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinal Palace in Rome, once the residence of Italy’s popes and kings. His post-fascist Brothers of Italy party – eurosceptic and… 1 hour ago According to Imumolen, who is the Accord party’s presidential candidate, the rewards are in line with his promise to support his campaigns through action, rather than through … Africa, and would start their FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 campaign against Canada