Christian Pulisic sets record for involvement rate with USMNT

The American winger turned 21 on Wednesday, September 18th, during which he could also celebrate being the US player with the best involvement rate in the team.

Christian Pulisic scores on a kick in the second half against Trinidad & Tobago at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.
Isaiah J. Downing USA Today

The new US men's national team captain and the star winger that made a record-breaking move to Chelsea, Christian Pulisic turned 21 this Wednesday, September 18th.

Since his professional debut, Pulisic has distinguished himself from the rest, becoming the youngest US player to play in a World Cup qualifier at 18 years old.

Since the new Chelsea player's debut with the US national team, Pulisic has had a hand in 22% of the US team goals, for a record of 13 goals and nine assists, surpassing the likes of Clint Dempsey or Jozy Altidore.

Clint Dempsey has the second highest involvement rate after Pulisic with 16%, followed by Jozy Altidore with 15%, Gyasi Zardes with 12% and Bobby Wood with 11%.