The US international scored the first goal in his last game for the Black and Yellow in a 3-2 victory over Düsseldorf.
Christian Pulisic waved goodbye to the stadium in which he debuted as a professional at the age of 16, and, after four seasons defending the Black and Yellow shirt, the US striker played his last home game at Signal Iduna Park.
The now 20-year-old striker got a small farewell tribute before the start of the match against Düsseldorf, and, once the game began, became a key component in Dortmund's attack, scoring the first goal in the 41st minute.
Pulisic remained one of the most dangerous players for Dortmund but his teammates didn't manage to get on the end of any of his deliveries or shot straight at the goalkeeper. When he left the pitch at the end of the match the fans showed their appreciation for a player who gave everything every time he wore the Dortmund jersey.
Pulisic will leave Dortmund to play with Chelsea next season to become the most expensive player in the history of Concacaf players.
Christian Pulisic played 150 games with Borussia Dortmund, scoring 32 goals and providing 38 assists - including for Dortmund's youth team - European competitions, the Bundesliga and cup.
🎙Pulisic postgame presser:— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) May 11, 2019
“It was a perfect day for me, before the game it was extremely emotional, but I'm glad that everything went this way, Dortmund has the most beautiful stadium in the world, and I will miss the fans very much!" #BVBF95 pic.twitter.com/OdPJ88eUyt
Pulisic's is only piece of silverware over those four campaigns came in the German Cup in the 2016-2017 season.