Christian Pulisic has been a star in the soccer-watching parts of the US since he was just a kid.
An American moving to Dortmund, let alone breaking into the first team, is big news, and Pulisic has rarely been out of the headlines since.
He’s now a regular at Chelsea, an even bigger name in the states, and captains his country in their games. It’s a big burden for someone who is still young.
He spoke to Trevor Noah about the burdens and benefits of his position, giving a sliver of insight on what it’s like to be the face of a sport in your own country.
You can see the full interview in the clip embedded here: