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Christian Benteke Updates Twitter Bio Stating He Plays For Burnley

Christian Benteke Updates Twitter Bio Stating He Plays For Burnley

Christian Benteke has only been a Crystal Palace player for a matter of hours, however, he has already had an absolute nightmare after updating his Twitter bio to say that he played for Burnley.

The Belgian ended his tenous career at Anfield this morning after sealing a £27 million move to Alan Pardew’s side and thanked Liverpool fans for their support during a tough season.

However, after joining the Eagles the clumsy striker got off on the wrong foot with supporters after updating his Twitter bio to say that he played for the Belgian national team and newly promoted Burnley.

Benteke has since changed his bio but not before one eagle-eyed fan was quick enough to grab a screenshot and post it on the internet.

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Poor Christian.

Palace take on Tottenham Hotspur today at White Hart Lane where it is unknown if the former Liverpool and Aston Villa player will feature.

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