Chelsea star Christian Pulisic recently suffered an adductor injury in training and is expected to miss several weeks with the Blues. In the Premier League, with his quick dribblings and league goals, he increasingly played himself in the hearts of the fans at Stamford Bridge after slight starting difficulties.
In an interview with ESPN, Pulisic makes a plea for love with his former club Borussia Dortmund. “These were the most passionate fans I have,” the youngster swarmed from the atmosphere at the former Westfalenstadion. However, the roots of football in the culture of the whole country play a greater role in England than in Germany. “What this game fer people yesterday, even during the holidays! Everyone always talks about football. That’s definitely it,” Pullisic said.
After first-team trouble under Chelsea coach Frank Lampard, Pulisic is now “very proud to have made it through the first hard time” in London and is very pleased with his performances at the end of the round. After the U.S. international slammed the Tribon for three games in a row in September, he broke the knot with a hat-trick in the 4-2 win over Burnley. He plays a regular place in the left-back position of fourth place in the Premier League.
Despite his mid-h-hen flight, the U.S. boy remains in a state of dissent. Under Lampard, he tries to “just learn something every day. It’s my first season, which has just been completed at H-lfte,” the former BVB star said. Therefore, he “always looks from day to day and game to game. I’m just concentrating on the next opponent and being perfectly prepared for the next game.”
Until his injury, Pulisic had been on the field for the Blues in 23 appearances, scoring six goals and preparing six goals. Whether the U.S. international will be fit for the Champions League quarter-final against Bayern Munich is uncertain. Pulisic is expecting his comeback “in the next few weeks.” He kills “everything dafar to re-re-return soon.” The match in London will take place on 25 February.