Christian Pulisic has been discussing Chelsea’s previous match and is looking ahead to the clash with Leicester City on Sunday. Chelsea head into the match on the back of a 2-1 defeat of Manchester City that secured Liverpool their first League title since 1990, Pulisic netting the opening goal after making the most of a breakaway. Frank Lampard’s side made it two-from-two following the restart and Pulisic says there is more to come.
Christian Pulisic said “We have to capitalise on opportunities like that, I had another one in the second half as well (a goal-line clearance) but I’m just happy to help the team out by scoring. We needed it and we’re just happy to get the three points. We went into the game with a really confident mindset to go out and win. Obviously we want to finish the season strongly but we feel we’re capable of a lot more as well. I wasn’t thinking about them too much when I scored but of course they’ve had a great season, It’s incredible how they’ve maintained such a high level the whole season, continued to get close results and win tight games. That’s a credit to all their players and their manager – they’ve done an incredible job. The break was tough on a lot of people but I’m just really happy that we can come back and play football again, It’s a bit different without the fans but we’re really excited to be back out there. There are a lot of games to play. We want to go as far as we can in the FA Cup and we want to continue finishing strong so we can be secure in a Champions League spot. We have a lot to play for.”
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