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Al Wakra, Qatar – United State Star of the men’s national team Christian Pulisic He was hit in the abdomen and was taken to a local hospital for checks after he raised his stunt goal USMNT to win 1-0 Iran In the win-or-go game on Tuesday night.
NFL later announced that Pulisic had been diagnosed with a pelvic contusion and a daily condition. He returned to the team hotel before his teammates arrived from the field.
“He was taken to the hospital as a precaution,” US coach Greg Berhalter said afterwards. “He was feeling a bit dizzy. It was a blow to the stomach.”
Pulisic scored the decisive goal, which clinched a place for the Americans in the Round of 16. In the 38th minute, Weston McKinney Hit the ball in the right-back penalty area Sergino d’Este He headed for Pulisic, who shot at the far post to score inside his right foot.
American Christian Pulisic scores a goal against Iran in the 38th minute
Pulisic collided with the Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand He lay on the ground for a few seconds instead of immediately celebrating his first World Cup goal. His teammates in the USA were quick to tell the team’s coaching staff to take an interest in him.
For a few minutes, Pulisic could not stand up straight and needed trainers to help him walk. Once on the sidelines, try running, then cling to the trainers again for support. In the end, he grabbed a water bottle and ran to midfield to get back into the game to finish the first half.
It was clear that Pulisic was in pain when he returned to the field, his hands on his knees.
The winger did not return to the field in the second half and was replaced by Brendan Aronson. Berhalter said Pulisic did not play in the second half “due to injury”, but the team spoke to him by video after the win.
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Laken Litman covers college football, college basketball, and soccer for FOX Sports. She has previously written for Sports Illustrated, USA Today, and The Indianapolis Star. She is the author of Strong Like a Woman, which will be published in the spring of 2022 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Follow her on Twitter @LakenLitman.
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