After rickets against Chester FC and Tranmere Rovers in previous outings, Karius took his cack-handed sideshow global over the weekend as the Reds took on Borussia Dortmund in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Pulisic scores from the spot.
The Bundesliga outfit managed to grab a third goal in the third minute of stoppage time thanks to a strike from Jacob Bruun Larsen.
It was certainly a shame for Pulisic though as his second half performance was more deserving than anyone to be recognised as he ran the Liverpool defence, and Loris Karius, ragged.
But he passed it straight through his defenders to Dortmund's Maximilian Phillipp.
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Matip's defensive partner Van Dijk opened the scoring in the 25th minute, though.
Unfortunately, Van Dijk's goal proved to be the final piece of goal-mouth action in the fist stanza as Dortmund struggled to make any in-roads in the final third.
Milner nearly doubled the lead in the 56th minute but the midfielder's 25-yard curler narrowly cleared the crossbar.
Ojo should have scored when the lively Daniel Sturridge sent him clear but goalkeeper Marwin Hitz got enough on the shot to turn it on to the woodwork.
He equalised with a 66th-minute penalty before making it 2-1 in the 89th minute.
Despite reportedly being eligible and offered to play for Croatia, through his grandfather, Pulisic is very much a man of the United States and is the country's brightest spark in football having been a part of the USMNT since 2016 - aged just 17. He was replaced by Joe Gomez.
Deep into stoppage time, the USA global beat his defender in the box and Loris Karius parried his shot into the path of Jacob Bruun Larsen, who finished into an empty net.
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