Chelsea manager Graham Potter gave Christian Pulisic a shot on Saturday, so Captain America took two.
It was a great weekend for Americans in Europe as Puli’s first goal in a minute helped the Blues cruise to a 3-0 defeat of Wolverhampton.
Look at this attempt from CP10 – it takes a world-class save to stop a world-class goal.
Cap may have been the first avenger, but this weekend, he was far from the last.
USMNT stars are shining just in time for the World Cup.
Josh Sargent can’t stop scoring in the EFL Championship. He’s got seven goals and two assists in 13 games for second-place Norwich City.
Striker Ricardo Pepi is silencing the haters in the Eredivisie, scoring his third and fourth goals in four games for FC Groningen.
Speaking of Pepi, Jordan Pefok started in Union Berlin’s 1-0 win to remain on top of the Bundesliga table.
Center-back Cameron Carter-Vickers returned from injury to captain Scottish Premiership-leading Celtic in a 2-1 victory.
Midfielder Yunus Musah also returned from injury in LaLiga, helping Valencia defeat Osasuna 2-1.
A special note of recognition to Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson, who continue to play excellent football despite Leeds United’s recent woes. America’s Team dropped their third game in five 2-1 to Crystal Palace on Sunday, despite a Medford Messi sighting.
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