Christian Pulisic hattrick Vs Burnley: Watch Chelsea superstar finally proving his worth in the Premier League after a rough start.
Chelsea is facing Burnley in the 10th game-week of the Premier League and is very close to secure three points from this game as the Clarets are trailing by 3 goals so far.
To achieve this, credits should go to Christian Pulisic, who scored his first Premier League hat-trick against Burnley to gain a secure lead for the Blues and also securing his spot in the starting 11 in Frank Lampard’s team.
Although, Burnley had a good game in the first 30 minutes of the match, but a mistake by Matthew Lowton propels Burnley to concede the goal in the 21st minute, as Pulisic drives the ball towards James Tarkowski.
At first, it looked as if the American forward held onto the ball for long but a slight drive by him makes him clear in front of the goal and he shots the ball past Nick Pope to open the score in the game.
Watch the goals
Further, Burnley still tries to bounce back in the game, and get chances where they were just inches away from equalizing but Chelsea escaped from conceding, also a terrific save by Kepa Arrizabalaga makes Chelsea survive.
To Burnley’s miseries further, Pulisic scores another goal by the end of the first half. It was a loose ball by Willian after the Brazilian International makes an interception in the middle of the park.
So, Pulisic drives the ball inside the penalty box and makes a shot from his right foot, over where the ball receives a deflection by Ben Mee, giving no chance to Pope to rescue his side.
This was not enough, as pulisic scores another goal to grab his first hattrick in England and smashing his critics, who doubted his abilities after he was benched by Lampard in previous few games.
PULISIC HATTRICK AHHHHH pic.twitter.com/UPNktW4pBp
— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) October 26, 2019
With this, Chelsea is very near to grab three points at home but at the same time, Burnley looks sharp and might be able to pull some drama if Chelsea doesn’t hold their defensive errors.