- Pulisic became the Bundesliga's youngest-ever American goalscorer
- The 17-year-old is the fourth-youngest top-flight scorer of all-time
- The Pennsylvanian teenager is also the youngest Bundesliga goalscorer born outside of Germany
Freshly-capped USMNT international Christian Pulisic cannot seem to stop breaking records this season. The 17-year-old Borussia Dortmund star set a few new ones against Hamburger SV on Sunday…
After 38 minutes of deadlock at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK, Pulisic opened the scoring in BVB's eventual 3-0 win over Bruno Labbadia's side, becoming the fourth-youngest Bundesliga goalscorer at 17 years and seven months of age.
The attacking midfielder made US history last month when he scored in Jürgen Klinsmann's side's 4-0 win over Guatemala, becoming the youngest American to score in a FIFA World Cup qualifier, and his goal against Hamburg means he is also the youngest American ever to score in Germany's top flight.
Pulisic is also the youngest non-German to score in the Bundesliga. BVB teammate Nuri Sahin was 17 years and 82 days when he first scored for Die Schwarzgelben, but despite playing for Turkey, the now-27-year-old was born in North Rhine-Westphalia.
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