hope he will be injuries free now: Pulisic’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ hidden shirt celebration explained as USMNT star trolls Mexico & Ochoa

Pulisic’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ hidden shirt celebration explained as USMNT star trolls Mexico & Ochoa


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The Chelsea star revealed a message, seemingly in response to comments made by the El Tri goalkeeper, during Friday’s 2-0 win

Christian Pulisic’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ celebration that trolled Mexico has been explained, with the United States men’s national team star having scored in the 2-0 win over El Tri before unveiling a hidden shirt.

Team-mate Timothy Weah has revealed how he, and DeAndre Yedlin, asked the equipment manager to make the special shirt for Pulisic, with the message appearing to be a response to comments made by Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa.

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The Chelsea star was able to reveal the message when he headed the USMNT in front in the 74th minute of the World Cup qualifying victory.

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What did Pulisic’s shirt say?
The Chelsea star’s message was simple: “Man In The Mirror”.

if you wanna make the world a better place,
take a look at yourself then make the change… pic.twitter.com/ST7fa1e3hr

— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) November 13, 2021
Christian Pulisic came on for the @USMNT in the 69th minute.

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He put them ahead of Mexico in the 74th.

Too good.pic.twitter.com/Z0m3SyWObb

— GOAL (@goal) November 13, 2021
What were Ochoa’s comments?
“Mexico has been that mirror in which [the USMNT] want to see themselves,” the goalkeeper told TUDN in the build-up to the match. “They want to reflect and they want to copy us.”

What was said after the match?
“Yeah, I knew he had it,” said Weah, who assisted Pulisic’s second-half header. “Me and DeAndre, the night before, asked the kit guys to make it for him.”

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Pulisic, meanwhile, declined to add more to the controversy but told reporters: “I think you guys know the message”.

The USMNT star added that he believes the U.S. sent a message as a group as they earned their third win of the year over their fierce rivals

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