Pulisic: Dortmund starlet makes history at the Bernabéu
Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic became the first American to play in a Champions League match at Real Madrid's stadium on Wednesday. Champions League Final 2017
Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic made history in Wednesday's clash with Real Madrid as the first American to play a Champions League game at the Bernabéu.
Involved for an hour as Bundesliga side took top spot
Pulisic, 18, featured for 61 minutes in the Spanish capital as the Germans fought back from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw and top Group F at Real's expense.
The attacker came close to scoring with a first-half shot that drew a smart stop from keeper Keylor Navas, before being replaced by Emre Mor in the second 45.
Broke into Dortmund first team early this year
Pulisic has impressed since making his senior debut for Dortmund in January, and has already been linked with a number of other clubs across Europe.
In March, he became the youngest footballer to represent the USA in a World Cup qualifier when he made his international bow, and has gone on to win 11 caps.
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