Pulisic reveals four things that have made him happy so far this season

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Chelsea’s American star Christian Pulisic is pleased with the way the season has started for Chelsea.

The Blues followed up on last season’s performance to win the Super Cup, in what was a very difficult game that was decided on penalties after 120 minutes of action.

Chelsea would then beat Crystal Palace 3-0 in the opening league game of the season, and Pulisic revealed how happy he was with the win, playing in the game and obviously getting a goal.

Indeed, the American is pleased with Chelsea’s start to the season and is keen on winning the league.

“It was extremely important to start well,” USA international Pulisic told the official Chelsea website.

“Obviously we had a tough Super Cup game the other day, so to recover well and make sure we brought the intensity against Palace was very important and we showed right from the start that we were ready to play.

“I’m really happy with the way the game went and obviously, personally, getting minutes in the first two games. We’ve got two great results and a clean sheet in the Premier League was really important for us, so it’s a great start.

“Obviously challenging for the title is what we’re going to fight for, but it’s just the first game. We’re going to take it game by game, and try to put a great season together.

“It’s always nice to get on the score sheet so I’m very happy, but I’m just happy about the win for the team.

“We put a really good performance together and the clean sheet was very important, so it was a really good day for us and I’m just happy with getting three important points.”

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