Casemiro was unsurprised by Karim Benzema's incredible assist in Real Madrid's 1-0 win over Espanyol in LaLiga on Sunday.
Benzema produced a moment of magic to set up Casemiro as Madrid moved two points clear at the top of LaLiga.
The forward's 117th assist of his Madrid career came via an outrageous backheel through the legs of defender Bernardo Espinosa to give Casemiro a simple finish.
Casemiro said he knew Benzema was capable of such brilliance, paying tribute to the 32-year-old.
"What Karim did, for me is normal. We all know that the qualities he has aren't of a number nine, but of a number 10," the midfielder said.
"I know him, I know how he plays and the quality he possesses. I asked for the ball in space, and his backheel pass was incredible.
"It's Karim's goal. It's the backheel pass of a number 10 and you have to congratulate him."
With six games remaining, Madrid are on track to win LaLiga, holding a two-point lead over rivals Barcelona.
Casemiro is eager to help deliver Madrid a first LaLiga title since 2016-17.
"There is still a lot left, but we know that each match is a final," he said. "We want this league."
Madrid are next in action with a clash against Getafe on Thursday.