Christian Pulisic was on fire against Bayern Munich in Der Klassiker

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Kate Abdo, Jovan Kirovski and Ian Joy talk about Christian Pulisic's performance against Bayern.

- As well as, Peter Bosz, around the players that we said to have some pressure on him coming into this game was Christian Pulisic. You particularly piled the pressure on the poor young man, Jovan. What did you make of his performance?

JOVAN: If there was anything positive, it was him. I think every time he did have the ball, he showed energy. He showed how direct he is. This is what he's good at. His pace, the change of pace.

He made some chances for his teammates. He did. At the end of the day, you need to win the game, and his teammates need to help him. But he was the positive factor in the game.

IAN: I think he was a big time positivity in this game for Borussia Dortmund, from a team that didn't show up on the day when you have your best player and highest goalscorer, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, making more than three contacts in the game.

You need somebody else to shine, and Christian Pulisic was creating chances. He was trying to make it happen for Borussia Dortmund. He looks very confident today. And that's what I'd like to see from Christian Pulisic.

This is more of the Christian Pulisic we did witness when he first came into the Bundesliga, running out defenders, causing problems. He wants the ball. I'm just surprised that Borussia Dortmund did not get him the ball more frequently, because he was on fire.

- And it is. That's his quality. He's so brave, a game like Bayern Munich, they're down. He still wants the ball, and he's aggressive, and he goes at them.