The new Chelsea signing has a host of records to his name in both club competitions and Internationals and he is only 20-years old. The former Borussia Dortmund player is the youngest player the youngest non-German to score in the league, the youngest player to score two Bundesliga goals, and is the youngest player to appear and score for Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League.
He made his international debut at age 17 and has racked up a host of records with them as well. He is the youngest person to appear and score in a World Cup Qualifier for the United States. Pulisic has also featured as team captain—their youngest ever among a host of other records. It should come as no surprise why Chelsea shelled out €64 million for the still very young American.
With Eden Hazard’s departure this summer, Frank Lampard will hope to replace the Belgian with his new signee. Pulisic himself is up to the task and is looking forward to replicate the success his idol, Hazard had at London.
Pulisic can play either as an attacking midfielder or in the wings, though he was usually played at the flanks by Dortmund. His low centre of gravity means there are very few who can dribble faster than him. He weak foot skills also ensure he can play on either side of the field; providing his manager with versatile ways to field him.