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The highest-scoring defenders in Real Madrid's history

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Despite scoring the goal against Real Madrid that denied Los Blancos the league title in 1982-83, Tendillo played for the club during the Quinta del Buitre years from 1987 to 1992, scoring 11 times.

José Antonio Camacho

The future Spain coach payed 557 times for Real Madrid before retiring in 1989, scoring 11 times for the club.


The Portugal defender arrived at the Bernabéu ahead of the 2007-08 season and has been a loyal servant, standing out for his power, speed and positioning. Pepe has so far scored 14 times for the club.


Nicknamed 'Pepegoles', he scored 16 in 183 games for Real Madrid between 1967 and 1976.


A legend of the Real Madrid 'yé-yé' side, he played as a central defender and midfielder between 1962 and 1974, scoring 17 times in 12 seasons at the Bernabéu.

Felix Quesada

A pillar of Real Madrid's defence in the inter-war years, Quesada played from 1921 to 1936 and scored 32 goals.

Ivan Helguera

Helguera started one the club's great Champions League comebacks in 2002 by netting the first goal against Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals as Real went on to win 3-2 on aggregate. During his Real Madrid career, Spain international Helguera scored 33 t


The Brazilian full back has been one of Real's most potent weapons from the back and despite losing his starting place under Zinedine Zidane this season he has scored 37 goals for Madrid during his Bernabéu career.

Roberto Carlos

The Brazilian was noted for the incredible power he could generate from free-kicks, with some being clocked at 130km/h. His most famous was the banana kick against France in Le Tournoi in 1997 but he was prolific as well as spectacular, scoring 68 times i

Sergio Ramos

A regular scorer of vital goals for the side, this season the captain has bagged four in the league so far. Ramos' interventions in the Champions League and the Club World Cup have been entered into Real Madrid folklore. Against Osasuna he took his tally