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Pulisic’s Composed Assist Means An American Will Definitely Win The Champions League This Year

An American will win the men’s UEFA Champions League. It’s a bit unbelievable to type, read or say, but it’s true after a Christian Pulisic assist vs Real Madrid means Chelsea will face Zack Steffen’s Manchester City in the UCL final on May 29 in Istanbul. 

No USMNT player has ever taken part in a Champions League final, and either Steffen or Pulisic will lift the big-eared trophy in just over three weeks. 

How cool is that?

¿Champions League, Europa League O Simplemente Premier League? El Dominio Inglés En Europa

Temporada 2018-2019: Batalla campal, remontadas épicas, consorcio de buen fútbol y dominio inglés. Liverpool derrotó 2-0 al Tottenham y se llevó el título de títulos de la UEFA Champions League. Por su parte, Chelsea vapuleó 4-1 al Arsenal y consiguió la Europa League.

Christian Pulisic Scores Stunning Solo Goal Against Real Madrid In UCL Semifinals

Early against Real Madrid, Christian Pulisic put the ball on a platter for Timo Werner to score, but his German teammate hit it too close to Thibaut Courtois, whose lanky legs denied Chelsea an early goal. Not long later, Pulisic learned his lesson and opted not to pass, and in doing so put his team in front in the Champions League semifinals on Tuesday in Madrid. The Pulisic goal vs Real Madrid was the opener in a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the UCL semifinals. 

Pulisic’s Hockey Assist Proves Vital But That West Ham Red Card Was BS

Let’s just rename the “hockey assist” — where a player assists the assist — the Pulisic assist after Christian Pulisic helped create another goal on Saturday. The American provided the pass that Ben Chilwell sent across for Timo Werner to slot home for the match winner as Chelsea scored a massive 1-0 win over West Ham. Sadly, the match was marred by an absolutely ludicrous Fabián Balbuena red card in the final 10 minutes.

Países Bajos Y Alemania: Dos Equipos, Dos Estilos, 'Una Crisis'

Países Bajos; una Eurocopa y 3 subcampeonatos mundiales. Alemania; 3 Eurocopas y 4 campeonatos mundiales. Dos naciones que respiran, comen y beben fútbol pero que no consiguen los resultados esperados. Sin duda alguna, ambas selecciones ostentan un palmarés envidiable, pero en el fútbol el presente habla y lo hace con goles, resultados y puntos.