HUDDERSFIELD'S STEVE MOUNIE OUT TO EMULATE HIS HERO DIDIER DROGBA — AND HE HAS MADE A FLYING START

The striker netted twice on the same ground where the Chelsea legend opened his English football account 13 years ago as the promoted Terriers shocked Crystal-Palace/' title='Crystal Palace News'>Crystal Palace

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