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CRYSTAL PALACE - Benteke: "Here to return to my best"

26.09.2016 23.32 by Chiara Biondini  read 2107

Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke feels he can return to his very best this season. Benteke scored in injury time to give Palace a 3-2 win at Sunderland on Saturday. “I came to Palace because I want to show my best and show all the people that I can do what I did before. The manager and the chairman Parishdid everything to bring me here so I have to give them something back.I try to do my best."

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