Leaving your country to play as a foreigner isn't easy. Reaching the first division in Europe's even more complicated. Thinking of a league like the Premier League's even unthinkable for some, but not for Chicharito Hernández, who left his mark with Manchester United and who now celebrates the work of someone like Christian Pulisic.
As is known, the American attacker arrived from the Bundesliga after shooting himself like a rocket at Borussia Dortmund to be recognized as one of the great figures of the future. From there he went to England with Chelsea and, despite the fact that this second year hasn't been easy at the end, Pulisic's today a standard for the United States and Chicharito knows what he's going through.
“He's one of the best great youth talents and that's why he's with one of the most important clubs in the world and is going to play in a Champions League final. I'm not someone to give advice to someone else, but I think he's doing the right thing because, if he plays 90 or 1 minute, he's giving everything", the Mexican commented in an interview with ESPN. "He's someone humble enough to know that no matter your age or talent, you always have to keep listening and be open to learning and trying new things to try to be a better version of yourself every game, not just every season, but every day since training".
"He's doing well and the United States has a great talent in him and not only him, but also all the others who are growing in Europe in a very good way. The United States is going to be quite strong in the future," he added thinking in the presence of elements such as Sergiño Dest, Gio Reyna and Weston McKinnie, who would join his Selection for the CONCACAF summer tournaments.
Pulisic's projected to be one of the best figures in the world at 23 years of age and the great proof of him, having let go of the FA Cup, will be trying to snatch Manchester City from the opportunity to celebrate in the UEFA Champions. League. Blues and Citizens will meet on May 29. Unlike Chicharito, Pulisic could speak highly of the international impact of him winning Europe's most important trophy in just his second year in England.