Transcript for Christian Pulisic talks about his 2 major championship wins
We now turn to the man known as captain America. No, that's not Chris Evans. I'm talking about Christian pulisic. We're talking about the captain America of soccer. He's won two major championships within eight days. The champions league crown with Chelsea, and then kicked the winning goal to take the nations league championship with team usa. What do you think of that, people calling you captain America? What do you think when you hear that? I don't know how I feel about that. Obviously there are some other captain Americas out there, but it's an honor I guess. You have been picking up some hardware here lately. What is it like for a kid from Hershey, Pennsylvania to pick up a champions league -- first American to play in and win, in the champions league. You're a kid from Hershey, Pennsylvania. Yeah, it's unbelievable. I never thought I would be able to play on this stage. So I feel extremely lucky, and being able to take a big championship like this home, it makes me proud, and for all the Americans. People have been talking about you since you were a teenager, and in the face of U.S. Soccer, you have delivered on all of that and more in a lot of ways very early on. Do you always feel that weight? I know you had dreams as a kid of playing soccer, but now are you seeing where you have a larger role, and you feel that weight of almost carrying U.S. Soccer to another level? I really just love the game. I love soccer so much. That's how I try to think of it and try to enjoy every moment I I try not to put too much pressure on myself, and yeah, try to enjoy it. What was it like being back home? You grew up and started playing soccer at 4, but the place you learned to play soccer, you went back there recently. Tell me what you did. Yeah. Being able to go back to Pennsylvania, my hometown classics, I was able to build a new little facility there, and some new fields out there. Hopefully the kids can enjoy that, and it's really special to me to give back to the club that, you know, gave me my first start in the game. I keep giving you these names, captain America. Your name is Christian, but you're also the most expensive American soccer player ever, and what that means is never before had a European club paid so much for a transfer fee just so they could get the rights to you to join that team. That was some $70 million plus, folks. I know that label sounds crazy as well, but what do you think about that as well? That you have made it to that point that a club wanted you that badly? Yeah. It's nowadays with all the numbers going around, it can be a bit crazy, but it's really about just sticking to what I do, and like I said before, trying to enjoy it because I think that's the main thing. People want to learn a little bit more about you here. You live in London now, right? Yes. Quick lightning rounds stuff favorite English food? Fish and chips. Fish and chips. When you are in London, do you say fish and chips? What's the right way to order it there? I think you have to have an accent and say, can I have the fish and chips please? What show did you binge during the pandemic? I would say "Queen's gambit." Have you ever seen "The devil wears Prada"? No. George, robin, I hope y'all were listening downstairs. What's your guilty pleasure? I would say maybe watching "Gossip girl." Okay, and who would you say in your life is your biggest My biggest fan is probably my brother. Got to be my brother. Okay. Well, you told me you only get about three weeks off during the year and this is in that window. Been watching you for a while, and you are just delivering. You really are. Congratulations on the success. Kid from Hershey, Pennsylvania. Right?
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