Last season, Christian Pulisic came on as a substitute as Chelsea were beaten by Leicester.
Chelsea attacker Christian Pulisic believes that if Chelsea wins the FA Cup title against Liverpool, it would mean a successful season.
Thomas Tuchel’s team have won the FIFA Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup this season. They were knocked out in the quarterfinals of the Champions League and in Premier League, they are third.
They lost on penalties in the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool. Chelsea would look to take revenge of that loss against the same opponents.
Christian Pulisic said ahead of the FA Cup final: “Overall we accomplished a lot. We were very close in some competitions. We put up a big fight in the Champions League and were very close to making it to the semi-finals. We were in the Carabao Cup final, there were a lot of impressive performances and now we have a chance in the FA Cup final.
“There have been ups and downs. We just have to look forward, try to win this and then I think we can say it’s been a pretty successful season.
“Liverpool have a ton of talent, incredible players and a good manager. It’s never going to be easy but it’s one game and anything can happen. If we play how we’re capable of playing, we can do it.”
Last season, Christian Pulisic came on as a substitute as Chelsea were beaten by Leicester. The American star has been dull this season and started in only a dozen Premier League games.
“I feel most comfortable in a more attacking role,” adds Christian Pulisic.
“Mainly coming from the left side, as a left winger or inverted winger on the left side. There has been a lot of change this season and I’ve been all over the place a bit. That’s what happens, I guess, when you have a very deep squad.
“Of course, I want to be on the pitch and recently with the limited time I’ve had I’ve been trying to make as big an impact as I can to prove I should be out on the pitch
“Sometimes that’s how it goes. I enjoy this club a lot and I’m going to give it everything and hope I can get more opportunities to get out on the pitch and help the team.”