The American international had a strong outing in his first ever competitive appearance with his new club.

Christian Pulisic has certainly started off life well with his new club.

The American international, who was signed by AC Milan on a four year contract for approximately $24 million (€22 million), is naturally keen on getting his career back on track after a frustrating spell with Chelsea that saw him miss large spells of the game due to fitness and other tactical issues.

And so far, things appear to be going well for the Pennsylvania-born attacker. After scoring his first goal for the Rossoneri during a pre-season friendly against Monza, Pulisic featured in the starting XI for Stefano Pioli's side as they opened their Serie A campaign in a road clash against Bologna.

It was a debut to remember, as not only was Pulisic involved in Milan's first goal, which was scored by veteran striker Olivier Giroud, but was able to grab one of his own to put Milan 2-0 up inside the first 30 minutes. Although he was subbed off in the second half, the 24-year-old has set a unique milestone.

Pulisic is now the first USMNT international to have scored a goal in three of Europe's "Big Five" leagues, having scored for Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga), Chelsea (Premier League), and AC Milan (Serie A).

Have a look at Pulisic's first Serie A goal for AC Milan (note, video may be geo-restricted):

Fans will certainly hope to see the USMNT star score more like these as Milan aim to challenge for the Scudetto as well as make another deep run in this season's Champions League.