American soccer star Christian Pulisic scored for Chelsea in their 2-0 Champions League win over Lille on Tuesday, and he neared a record in the process.
According to ESPN Stats & Info, Pulisic’s goal in the 63rd minute gave him three career Champions League knockout stage goals, tying him with Dwight Yorke for second-most ever by a Concacaf player.
Javier Hernandez holds the record with four.
Pulisic’s goal came on a counter attack as teammate N’Golo Kante led the charge. Pulisic went with Kante on the left flank, and just before Kante reached the box, he tapped a pass to Pulisic.
That drew the Lille defense, and Pulisic slotted it home.
Pulisic appeared to hit the griddy in celebration.