The Blues managed to win their second Premier League match in a row under their new manager Graham Porter after defeating Wolves today.
In that match, the Blues were the better side as that created the most chances as compared to the Wolves. The match was goalless until In the 45th minute where Kai Havertz opened the scoring.
Christian Pulisic added the second one in the 54th minute before their academy graduate Borja added the third one to end the hopes of Wolves taking home a point. Graham Porter men ended up winning all the three points by the end of the final whistle.
In that match, one of the Blues players who impressed is Christian Pulisic. The American forward has been starting from the bench since the arrival of Graham Porter this season.
The American forward who is considered as one of the best wingers played a major role for the Blues success under Thomas Tuchel. However, despite his good run under Tuchel, Porter has been giving other players more playing time than him.
Today he was given a chance to prove himself where he ended up grabbing a goal. His top perfomance proved he can be unstoppable in the coming matches if Graham Porter will give him more playing time.
This now means that Graham Porter might find it hard to bench Christian Pulisic in the coming matches after his good performance in today's match.
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