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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Christian Pulisic doesn't hold back playing FIFA: 'Just all-out attack'

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Christian Pulisic has revealed that he likes to go all-out attack when he plays as Borussia Dortmund on FIFA.

In an exclusive interview with ESPN's Raphael Hongestien, 19-year-old Pulisic said that he always likes to stay loyal to the club that he plays for by picking Dortmund as his go-to side in the popular gaming franchise.

"I like to play with our team on FIFA, it's always fun," the U.S. international said. "I can put whatever line-ups I want to put, I can be the coach for a little bit and play."

However, one major change Pulisic makes when he assumes the reins of coach Peter Stoger's men is that the side's defensive play goes out of the window!

"[I play] very, very attacking, just all-out attack and not a lot of defending," Pulisic confessed.

We are sure Marc Bartra and co. will be having words!

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