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Uruguayan Ronald Araujo, Barcelona defender, has named the toughest striker he’s played against ahead of El Clasico’s upcoming match against arch-rival Real Madrid on Matchday 26 of the Spanish League.

During statements published by the Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Araujo said: “I will choose Karim (Benzema).”

Araujo chose the French striker, although he usually plays against Brazilian winger Vinicius Junior to reduce his danger in El Clasico matches.

The Barcelona defender answered a question about the player who dances the most in the dressing room, saying: “Ansu Fati” and also specifying that Rafinha spends the most time preparing for matches.

He indicated that he would like to become a police officer if he did not become a footballer, explaining that his full name is “Ronald Federico Araujo da Silva”.

Barcelona are due to face rival and guest Real Madrid tomorrow night, Sunday, at Spotify Camp Nou as part of the Spanish Football League Matchday 26 Summit.

Barcelona are at the top of the La Liga league with 65 points, 9 points ahead of second-placed Real Madrid, and if the Catalan team wins or draws, they will rise to the podium.

Source: media

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