Christian Pulisic may not have started Saturday’s clash with Ingolstadt, but he certainly finished it in style.
After entering as a halftime substitute, Pulisic scored a stoppage time goal to earn Borussia Dortmund a 3-3 draw with Ingolstadt. The 18-year-old’s 91st minute winner came after he set up Adrian Ramos for the game’s second goal, finishing Saturday’s match with a goal and an assist in 45 minutes of work.
Pulisic’s assist was an accidental flick, but his goal couldn’t have been more intentional. On a cross from Felix Passlack, Lukasz Piszczek fired a header that was saved by Ingolstadt goalkeeper Ørjan Nyland. Pulisic was there to tuck home the rebound, earning Dortmund a late point from a two-goal comeback.
The goal was Pulisic’s fourth career Bundesliga finish and first since September 17.
Check out a video of Pulisic’s finish below:
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