What does Mahrez need to regain his glory with Manchester City?

London – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: Arsenal legend Kevin Campbell explains what’s happening to Algerian star Riyad Mahrez in this season, after the tangible decline of his role and the impact on the project coach Pep Guardiola, compared to the sound version, which he had last season, which ended as Manchester City’s top scorer in all competitions. The prevailing belief was that the Desert Warrior would start the season in course from where he ended his exceptional season on an individual level, especially after deciding to stay at the “Al Ittihad” stadium until further notice, securing his future with the entity until 2025, but on the ground, it seems that things are not doing well, with the possibility of appearing in the starting lineup only three times in Premier League, and more painfully, he was sitting in bench at night in which fell against Liverpool with a clean goal last weekend. When the veteran British analyst was asked why the Algerian captain was suffering with City in this season, he replied to “Football Insider”: “His sitting in bench, it seems like a little surprise, but usually it is a lot in bench, and we tend to see him more in the second half, we talk about a player, who in this season he is sure to get his matches, and if he is angry about the lack of minutes played, he will remedy the situation, and I don’t think he thinks so, because he understands the reality of football. “When asked what he has need Abu al-Banat to restore confidence to the philosopher, said: “It is clear that he has to prove his worth to the coach on the pitch, and it is no secret that coaches prefer to rely on a hungry player, as I said. Mahrez will get his time and we will wait to see how the team survives, because it looks awkward for a number of greats. star. Mahrez has played around 14 games with the Premier League title holder since the start of the season, registering his presence in nine league-level games, during which he scored only one goal, in exchange contributed two goals in Champions League, one of his personal signature and decisive second pass since his participation in 4 games, reversed his situation last season, which saw him reach the highest scoring rate of his entire professional career, scoring 24 goals. plus nine key steps.