Should you open your physics exam paper and find a Riyad Mahrez-themed question, you are not alone.
The Manchester City winger sent his nation Algeria sailing in the African Cup of Nations final in July after scoring what can only be described as an absolute stunner against Nigeria.
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From what we can remember of our own test papers, the maths questions inside typically focused on mundane topics. For example, Timmy Timson has £605 to buy thumbtacks and paper. Thumbtacks cost 3p each and paper cost £0.345p per sheet. He will buy 103 thumbtacks and 500 sheets of paper. With his change, he will buy pencils at 20p each. How many pencils can he afford?
Whoever devised the following most certainly had the right idea…
Riyad Mahrez’s free-kick vs Nigeria has appeared in a physics exam. pic.twitter.com/968pkAu8SI
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While we aren’t too familiar with the scripture, or maths for that matter, one thing we do know is good goals. And thus, the answer to the problem at hand is quite clear after you carry the one: absolute worldie (squared).