Christian Pulisic has revealed that he likes to go all-out attack when he plays as Borussia Dortmund on FIFA.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Raphael Hongestien, 19-year-old Pulisic said that he always likes to stay loyal to the club that he plays for by picking Dortmund as his go-to side in the popular gaming franchise.
"I like to play with our team on FIFA, it's always fun," the U.S. international said. "I can put whatever line-ups I want to put, I can be the coach for a little bit and play."
It's fair to say that Zinedine Zidane is currently under the most personal and professional pressure he's suffered since being sent off in the 2006 World Cup Final for head-butting Marco Materazzi.
From historically good: Eight trophies in his first two years at the helm of Real Madrid, the first man to win consecutive Champions Leagues and the author of Los Blancos status as Spanish and European champions for the first time since 1958, his team has nosedived.
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Here are Week 2's Power Rankings:
1. LEON (+5)
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