Video: Watch How Pulisic Showcasing Impressive Display with Kids During Unveils Training Grounds In His Name at the Pa. Classics Soccer park

Christian Pulisic was showcasing impressive display with the kids during unveil training grounds in his name at the Pa. Classics Soccer park where he grew up at before becoming an international star.

The Blues star, who played a key role in Chelsea’s Champions League success, played the kids after delivered impressive respond to them, when asked about his spot-kick against Mexico.

The 22-year-old attacking midfielder who back to his excellent form towards end of last season, scored a winner goal through spot-kick to handed USA their first CONCACAF Nations League title.

The USA skipper sent the ball to the upper corner past the left arm of goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa for his 16th international goal.

However, during unveils training grounds in his name at the Pa. Classics Soccer park he grew up at before becoming an international star, Pulisic was asked about his spot-kick against Mexico and his response was very impressive.

The “Pulisic Stomping Ground” is officially open for business at the Pa. Classics Soccer Park here. The two side-by-side turf fields are modeled after the kind Pulisic found overseas before his family moved back to the U.S., which is when his time with the Classics began, and one more is on the way.

‘I spent a year in England growing up [and] there were fields very similar to this in my local park, and it was something so special where anyone could really come and play without coaches and just be able to have some fun,’ Pulisic said.

‘That was where I feel like I learned so much, and that’s where my passion for the game grew so much, so to give something like that was kind of what I imagined, and it’s even better than I ever thought it would be. It looks really cool.’

‘It was always something that I think I wanted to do,’ Pulisic said. ‘Now that I am able to support this club, it was just something that meant a lot to me. It was close to my heart, obviously playing for Classics growing up.’

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