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Jose Mourinho, who famously described himself as "the Special One," has similar praise for Christian Benteke. After the big Belgian striker scored against Mourinho's Chelsea side at Stamford Bridge, he called the Aston Villa man, "a special player with special qualities." Indeed, Benteke is a hulking forward, a beast with which defenders struggle to contend, and he has the finishing ability to match his brute strength. He set the English Premier alight in his debut season, scoring 18 goals, an Aston Villa record. After attracting interest from big clubs in England and Spain, Benteke pledged his future to his Birmingham side, a relief to Villa fans who have dressed as astronauts to proclaim that their striker is "out of the world." At the very least, he's world-class.

This 13/14 Aston Villa away jersey from Macron.

Aston Villa team badge, macron logo and sponsor design at front.

Unique white and black design with the club's motto "Prepared" inside the collar.

Polyester. Mesh inserts. Slightly slim fit.

You don't have to be one of the 51,000 Villa fans who fill Villa Park during each home game to wear Aston Villa's away jersey.

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