American attacker Christian Pulisic on Wednesday scored his sixth goal in the past month as Chelsea earned a 2-2 draw at Valencia in the Blues’ penultimate match in UEFA Champions League group play.

Pulisic, 21, broke a 1-1 tie in the 50th minute — his first goal in four Champions League appearances for Chelsea this fall — before the Spanish side pulled level on Daniel Wass’s strike in the 82nd minute. The U.S. national team star has posted five goals in his past four Premier League outings.

Counting his time with Germany’s Borussia Dortmund, Pulisic has scored three times in Europe’s top competition. The others came against Benfica in 2017 and Club Brugge last year.

With the draw, Chelsea (eight points from five matches) remains in good position to advance to the knockout stage. The London team will close group play Dec. 10 at Stamford Bridge against last-place Lille. Valencia (eight) and Ajax (10 points) are also in contention for the two places.

Other Americans overseas:

Defender Sergiño Dest played 90 in Ajax’s 2-0 victory at Lille (UEFA Champions League).

Defender Eric Lichaj played 90 in Hull City’s 4-0 victory over Preston North End (Championship).

Midfielder Giovanni Reyna played 90 (scored in 26th) in Borussia Dortmund U-19s’ 2-1 victory at Barcelona (UEFA Youth League).