Bitter Karim Benzema posts a list of his achievements last season after the Real Madrid star lost out on the FIFA Best award... having already shared a cryptic message after Lionel Messi took the prize
- Karim Benzema has continued posting cryptic messages on his social media
- He previously shared posts after failing to win FIFA's 'The Best' award on Monday
- The Frenchman's latest posts share statistics to back up his past achievements
Karim Benzema has taken another swipe at being snubbed for FIFA's The Best Award as he posted a list of his achievements on social media.
Benzema previously posted a video on Instagram in the immediate aftermath of Lionel Messi winning the award. In the clip, a man can heard saying in French: 'Liar, yes, you liar.'
That update was accompanied by the words 'good night' as a caption at the bottom of the video.
The Real Madrid star has again taken to social media to seemingly hit out at the decision to give Messi the prize over him.
Benzema finished second in the standings for the individual award recognising the world's best player over the course of the last year, with Messi unsurprisingly clinching top spot after guiding Argentina to World Cup glory in Qatar.
Karim Benzema has shared another social media post in response to his FIFA award snub
Benzema's first post on Tuesday shared these stats of his achievements over the past year
In his latest social media update, the 35-year-old shared two images that appear to reference the awards.
The first picture is a screenshot showing all of his personal and team achievements over the last year in an apparent dig that his efforts should have seen him lift the individual accolade instead of Messi.
Some of the statistics show his 63 goals haul, his 21 assists and status as the current Ballon d'Or holder alongside 15 other separate points highlighting his contributions to Real Madrid and the France national team.
This update was followed by a second post of a smiling Benzema again captioned with the words 'bonne nuit' - which translates to 'good night' - to prove why he thought he should have won the award.
The 35-year-old veteran striker enjoyed a stunning 2021-22 campaign that saw his outstanding goalscoring feats help guide Real Madrid to their 14th Champions League crown.
Benzema then posted this image captioned 'good night' in French, which followed his stats post
Messi was crowned The Best men's player at FIFA's annual awards ceremony, held in Paris
Benzema previously posted this video of a Frenchman repeatedly saying the word 'liar' alongside the caption 'good night'
He also starred in the Spanish top-flight as Madrid rounded off their season with a LaLiga and Champions League double for only the fourth time in their illustrious history.
Benzema's recent cryptic posts will come as no surprise to the Frenchman's 66million Instagram followers given his track record on social media.
After being injured in the build-up to the Qatar World Cup and leaving the French team, Benzema shared a selfie captioned 'It doesn’t interest me' after it emerged he could make a return before the end of the tournament.
For a long time, Benzema was not called up by the French national team amid a case of blackmail that hung over him related to his younger playing days and he eventually retired from duties after the World Cup.
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