Pulisic’s father revealed Chelsea players his son should learn from
Chelsea forwarder father Mark Pulisic urges his son Christian Pulisic to learn from his fellow team-mate.
The 22-years-old player is seen as one of the most talented attackers currently in Chelsea teammates.
He always tries to dribble and pass the opponent, creating more pressure for the defender
He is very direct, often tries to beat his opponent in one-on-one situations, even in tight spaces.
However, despite all the abilities his father plead, he still has to learn more from his teammates.
“Pulisic needs to do a better job when he puts pressure on [opponents]
[it’s] to put real pressure on,” Mark told The Byline.
“There is pressure, then stopping before you engage, and then there is real pressure where you take that chance to poke a ball.
“You look at Mason Mount who does it very well, and even Timo Werner
who plays more on adrenaline, pace, and speed.
“Christian is too calculated at times. He wants to go
but he doesn’t want to go and take a chance and put that real pressure on where you go in and win the ball.
“That’s one thing for sure [where he can improve], we talk about it all the time.”