AC Milan made it back-to-back Serie A victories to begin its new campaign and Christian Pulisic added his name to the scoresheet once again.
Pulisic scored the opening goal for the Rossoneri, who defeated Torino 4-1 at the San Siro. It marked the second goalscoring performance for the U.S. men’s national team star since joining AC Milan from Chelsea in a permanent deal.
Pulisic arrived in the Torino box in the 33rd minute, slotting into an empty net for a 1-0 AC Milan lead.
Despite Torino tying the match at 1-1 just three minutes later, AC Milan would earn a 3-1 lead before halftime thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud and Theo Hernandez.
Giroud would add his second tally of the match in the second half to pad the final score at 4-1.
Pulisic logged 90 minutes in the home triumph, winning four of his seven duels, drawing three drawn, and making one interception. His fellow USMNT teammate Yunus Musah made his club debut after playing the final 24 minutes of the match.
AC Milan next visits AS Roma on September 1.