The midfielder, who will join Chelsea next season, expressed gratitude toward the club as he say goodbye to Signal Iduna Park
Christian Pulisic was appreciative as the midfielder expressed gratitude toward Borussia Dortmund after his last match for the club at Sign Iduna Park on Saturday.
Pulisic signed for Chelsea in January, however will make the move toward the finish of the period in the wake of remaining at Dortmund on advance.
The US player denoted his last home appearance for Dortmund with an amazing goal as they sent the Bundesliga title race to the most recent day with a 3-2 prevail upon Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Pulisic, 20, was happy to convey before the Dortmund fans, having stayed with the club for four years.
“Clearly a passionate day for me, being the last time in this arena,” he disclosed to BT Sports. “I’ve played such a significant number of games here now, it feels like just yesterday I came here as a 15-year-old child.
“To be over here and to have the option to score a goal today in my last match before these fans, there’s no better inclination.”
The U.S. national paid tribute to the supporters of the German side also, with the club’s supporters having watched him develop into a standout amongst the most encouraging youthful players on the planet.
“I mean every one of these fans, the whole arena, I’ll always remember, without these fans I wouldn’t have had the option to do what I do as such I’m simply so appreciative for each open door that I got.”
Bayern Munich will convey a noteworthy lead into the last day in the wake of botching the opportunity to verify the title by a draw at RB Leipzig.
While Dortmund make the outing to Borussia Monchengladbach on Saturday, Bayern have Eintracht Frankfurt and Pulisic is holding trust.
“We’re never going to surrender, we should simply do what needs to be done in next match and win,” he said.
“That is everything we can do and obviously it boils down to another outcome.”
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