Christian Pulisic becomes first U.S. soccer player to win Champions League title as Chelsea defeats Manchester City

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Christian Pulisic made U.S. men's soccer history again on Saturday when he became the first American player ever to appear in, and susbequently win, a Champions League final.

The 22-year-old Pulisic, an attacking midfielder, came on in the second half for Chelsea, who defeated fellow Premier League team, Manchester City, 1-0, behind a first half goal from Kai Havertz off an assist by Mason Mount.

Pulisic, who scored in a semifinal match last month, nearly found the back of the net again after he subbed in, but he didn't seem too shaken up about the near-miss once time was called.

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