with you .... he and Musah both busted their tails tracking back due to mistakes Theo and Rafa made ... just the way it is being a team player .. but it does take a little out of you for the following minute or two after expending energy playing good D. his strength is basically three fold - 1. beating players 1 vs. 1 (when his head is ready to go), 2. good passing in general and 3. connecting play. If Rafa and Theo and Rejnders (going to exclude Giroud from this because he always seems to connect well) and RLC aren't going to consider connecting with CP then he is left to either go 1 vs. 1 or pass to Rafa or Giroud or RLC (when he drives forward). Just limits his game. Hence I think Pioli has a job to do because while Rafa and Theo and Rejnders are incredible talents - if they aren't going to connect (simple wall passes and overlapping runs) then it just limits how productive ACMs offense is. CP and Musah actually did a good job of connecting and working the ball forward .... now as to his corners? - they just plain suck and I wonder why Pioli continues to let him take them .. Pulisic is simply not an aerial threat, or corner or free kick specialist. Not everyone is. He is in that camp. I still think Pioli has some work to do tactically - he seems pretty good in terms of player management in general but the offensive scheme has got to be more dangerous in terms of converting chances against quality opponents in the final third. Playing at Newcastle and against PSG is a heck of a tall order.