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Crystal Palace brought back down to Earth, says skipper Mile Jedinak

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CRYSTAL Palace skipper Mile Jedinak says Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Hull City brought the Eagles "back down to Earth" following their successful league form recently. The 30-year-old believes Hull didn't threaten Palace too much up until the first goal through Mo Diame and blamed "two lapses of concentration" for the loss. "On the balance of play it was probably an even affair and they didn't really threaten too much," Jedinak told the Advertiser. "That first goal was killer and we just didn't respond in the way we wanted to. "I don't think it was flat from inside the camp, just two lapses of concentration gifted Hull two goals, to be honest. "To concede the second on the break, that's what it's like at this level, you need to stay strong and stay in games. "We learned that the hard way last year and we've had a good couple of results recently, but the defeat to Hull has brought us back down to Earth."

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