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Boudebouz, the most capped Algerian in the first division Uber Eats

Riad Boudebouz has returned to Saint-Etienne who traveled to Strasbourg on behalf of the 10th day of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, becoming the most capped Algerian in Ligue 1 history.

Comfortable record for Riad Boudebouz, swept with Saint-Etienne on the grounds of Strasbourg (5-1) and the last in the first division Uber Eats.

With 344 matches played in Ligue 1 and 46 goals, Boudebouz became the Algerian player with the most matches in Ligue 1. He is ahead of former international Abdelkader Al-Farhawi (342 matches and 30 goals) and Rashid Makhloufi (341 matches and 143 goals).

Passed by Sochaux Montpellier (2008-2013), Bastia (2013-2015) and Montpellier (2015-2017), Boudebouz left French football in 2017 to join La Liga (Betis Sevilla and then Celta Vigo). In 2019, he returned to France on his commitment to ASSE, with which he remains under contract until 2022.

DZfoot.com

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