Footballer Christian Pulisic from team Chelsea Football Club. Within the English Premier League, he was very happy after he succeeded in passing it with the United States team to the World Cup Qatar 2022, after CONCACAF Qualifiers.
The Blues striker and Tyler Adams of the Bundesliga club RB Leipzig both rested their faces as they headed straight from the stadium to a charter plane bound for Europe and club matches at the weekend.
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“This was one of the hardest days of my life,” Pulisic said in a trembling voice, after recalling what he went through in 2018. “I will never forget it.” “Now, to be in this position, qualifying for the World Cup, we are all so proud.”
American coach Greg Berhalter raced to New York and took a 12-and-a-half-hour connecting trip to the World Cup draw on Friday in Doha, Qatar.
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Recovering from the past and preparing for the future were intertwined as the United States secured a return to the World Cup. For Pulisic, Deandre Yadlin, Klein Acosta and Paul Areola, all in that damned US team in Trinidad four and a half years ago, the pain hasn’t gone away yet.
“We are the youngest team to qualify for the World Cup, the youngest team in the United States and we will be the youngest team to qualify for the World Cup,” Berhalter said. “That’s an achievement for these guys. It really is.”