Chelsea football star Christian Pulisic has shown the world that he is not only good at playing football, but he also has the blood of other talents flowing in his veins. One of such talents he unleashed to his millions of fans was his dancing skills.
Christian Pulisic’s Dwindling Fame
When the official Twitter handle of his football club shared the video on Twitter late on Wednesday, March 24, 2020, the followers of the handle wanted something else. Most of them obviously did not like a dancing Christian Pulisic, they wanted a goal-scoring Pulisic.
Unfortunately for them, they won’t have the opportunity of seeing him on the Chelsea bench nor on the field of play for a couple of weeks as far as the coronavirus pandemic which has shut down the English Premier League is concerned.
Before the outbreak of the virus and the sudden halt of the league, the fans were not happy with the drop in form of the player which led to him seeing more of the bench than being part of the action on the field of play.
Due to that, there have been a series of speculations that the United States national football team superstar might be leaving the Standford bridge this summer.
Though his destination beyond the blue side of London is not known, yet his fans, and indeed some people who are not happy with his dwindling form at the club, wants him to make his transfer decision as soon as possible.
Recall that he didn’t have the opportunity to have a full taste of the action in the last game Chelsea played where they beat Everton Football Club 4 goals to nill before the league was suspended until the end of April over the raging coronavirus outbreak.
Christian Pulisic Calls for Donations
Amid his inability to continuously impress some of the fans of Chelsea Football Club and some top-ranking officials of the club, the star is busy trying to play his own part in the fight against the coronavirus.
The Chelsea winger has been using part of his abundance of free time to urge members of the public and his teammates at the international level to donate what they can to help out in the fight against coronavirus in the United States.
Recently, Pulisic took to his personal Instagram page to say: “Hi everyone. I know it is crazy times out there and I hope all you guys are able to stay safe.
“I think it is a really important time that we all need to come together and help those that really are most in need. Before this coronavirus, there were already 37 million Americans with food insecurity and obviously, with this virus going around, that is just going to grow substantially.
“So, it is a really important time and I would just like to announce that I have donated to Feeding America, who already supported over 60,000 food banks all over the country, and do such an amazing job for so many people.
“I would like to challenge my colleagues, my US men’s national teammates, the US women’s national team and any of you guys who are able to donate anything. Every penny counts.
“Let’s stick together and let’s do this.”
The man Christian Pulisic
Born in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Pulisic began his professional career at German club Borussia Dortmund, where, after fast progression through the team’s youth academy, in which he featured in only 15 youth games, he was promoted to the senior team in 2016, at age 17.
He featured sparingly in his first season at the club, but his involvement increased dramatically in the following campaign, where he was a mainstay in the Dortmund team that won the 2016–17 DFB-Pokal.
In January 2019, Pulisic moved to Chelsea in a transfer worth $73 million (£57.6 million), making him the most expensive American player of all time, and began playing for the club in the 2019–20 season.