Christian Pulisic has scored in two consecutive games – for club and country. (Photo courtesy of Chelsea)

Christian Pulisic just can’t buy a break.

Just when you think he has returned to form, he suffers an apparent hamstring injury.

The U.S. men’s national team midfielder scored Chelsea’s first goal but did not appear for the second half of the 10-man Blues’ devastating 5-2 home loss to West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League at Stamford Bridge Saturday.

Pulisic reportedly suffered a hamstring injury, but that has not been verified.

He had scored in his past two games for club and country – a penalty kick in the USMNT’s 2-1 international friendly victory over Northern Ireland March 30.

On Saturday, he appeared to be in top form for Chelsea, running down the left wing.

Pulisic, 22, got his opportunity in the 27th minute. Marcos Alonso drilled a free kick that bounded off the right post to an onrushing Pulisic, who slotted it home into the lower right corner from five yards. Standing at the edge of the penalty box at the start of the free kick, Pulisic bolted toward the net and beat his man.

It was the Pulisic’s first goal under new coach Thomas Tuchel and his first goal since scoring in a 3-1 win over Leeds United on Dec. 5.  He has two goals in league play for the Blues this season.

Two minutes after Pulisic’s goal, Thiago Silva was sent off with a red card.

The Blues’ defense fell apart in the second half.

Chelsea meets Porto in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals Wednesday.