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Former Manchester City and France international Samir Nasri has talked about the difference between Riyad Mahrez and Mohamed Salah.
Salah has had an outstanding season so far with Liverpool, scoring 13 goals and assisting another seven in 24 games across all competitions.
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On the other hand, Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez bagged six goals and ten assists in 22 games for the Cityzens.
Speaking to Le Buteur, Nasri revealed that he would prefer playing alongside Mahrez while explaining the difference between the Algerian and Salah.
“Between Mahrez and Salah, I would prefer to work alongside Mahrez,” said Nasri.
“Why? Because he is Algerian and I also like his style of play. Mahrez is a collective player, while Salah is much more an individual player.
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“He [Salah] only aspires to score goals. I wouldn’t say Salah is selfish, but he runs behind goals and statistics.
“Mahrez, meanwhile, you can play one-two with him. He is a player with whom you can easily develop,” Nasri added.
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Liverpool are currently top of the Premier League table with 49 points after 17 games played, 11 points ahead of third-placed Manchester City.
The Reds travel to King Power Stadium as they play Leicester City on Thursday. Kick-off takes place at 22:00 CLT.
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