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Riyad Mahrez

24 Jun 2019
Algeria were "keen to get the competition off to a good start," says star striker Riyad Mahrez, who scored the second goal as his team cruised to a 2-0 victory over Africa Cup of Nations underdogs Kenya in their first game of the competition.
6 Jan 2017
Leicester City's Algerian playmaker Riyad Mahrez is awarded the African Footballer of the Year award at a ceremony in Abuja.

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