Gareth Bale vs Riyad Mahrez – All Stats You Need To Know

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Gareth Bale vs Riyad Mahrez

Here is a stat comparison between Gareth Bale and Riyad Mahrez

There is no doubt that Gareth Bale and Riyad Mahrez are two of the best right-wingers of all time and one must not take these comparisons so seriously.

This article will tell you about a stat comparison between Gareth Bale and Riyad Mahrez. Can you guess who has made more appearances for his national team?

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Detailed Stats (Bale/Mahrez)

Club Career

  • Appearances – 538/424
  • Goals – 183/119
  • Assists – 140/94
  • Minutes per goal – 221/248

UEFA Champions League

  • Appearances – 65/42
  • Goals – 20/16
  • Assists – 18/13
  • Minutes per goal – 225/200

National Team

  • Appearances – 100/73
  • Goals – 36/26
  • Assists – 28/34

Awards & Achievements

Gareth Bale

  • WALES FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR X6
  • FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP X4
  • UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE X4
  • ENGLISH LEAGUE CUP X1
  • LA LIGA X2
  • COPA DEL REY X1
  • SUPERCOPA DE ESPANA X3
  • UEFA SUPER CUP X3
Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale

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Riyad Mahrez

  • AFRICAN FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR X1
  • AFCON X1
  • PREMIRE LEAGUE X3
  • FA CUP X1
  • CARABAO CUP X3
  • COMMUNITY SHIELD X2
  • ENGLISH 2ND TIER X1
Riyad Mahrez
Riyad Mahrez

Also Read: The untold story of Riyad Mahrez

Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid will face Barcelona in the first El Clasico of 2022. His teammate David Alaba recently discussed the upcoming game which will be played this upcoming Monday (IST).

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“Playing in a Clásico was amazing. It’s a wonderful experience and a day that will live long in my memory. As I said, it was a special experience. El Clásico is special because of the history behind it. There is a special feeling around the place in the week before the game, just like there was last time as well. I think that’s what makes it different to other matches,” said the veteran defender.

He scored for the Los Blancos when they visited the Camp Nou last October. He shared his feelings after such great moment.

“My goal was great. How do I remember it? I took the ball out of defence, ran down the left flank, then received it in the box and hit it well,” he explained.

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