Riyad Mahrez will no longer be assigned to take penalty kicks, according to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, following his most recent miss.

In Tuesday's 0-0 Champions League match with Borussia Dortmund, Mahrez missed his penalty.

Gregor Kobel went low to the right to get a firm hand behind his attempt and saved it.

Both clubs advanced to the next round thanks to the 0-0 scoreline in the Champions League match.

He could now take a rest thanks to the penalties, he continued. He is of the mindset to go there and carry it out.

The teams are physically strong, and we frequently give them the upper hand. There are numerous players.

Mahrez has a dismal track record as a frequent penalty shooter.

In 32 efforts for club and nation, the Algerian international has missed 10, according to stats.

Guardiola remarked following the game at Signal Iduna Park: (Manchester Evening News)

Riyad was outstanding two or three years ago, and he shot the pen to tie the score here and advance us to the semifinals for the first time.

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