Christian Pulisic has tallied twice in as many matches for A.C. Milan. (Keith Furman/

Christian Pulisic continued his dream start with A.C. Milan on Saturday.

For the second successive game, the U.S. men’s national team standout scored a first-half goal for the Serie A side in its 4-1 home-opening win over Torino at San Siro.

Pulisic tallied in the 33rd minute, depositing Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s right-wing feed from point-blank range on the far end of the goal to give Milan a 1-0 advantage.

The Hershey, Pa. native connected for his Serie A debut on Monday, scoring Milan’s second goal of a 2-0 win over Bologna.

Pulisic, who went the full 90, will try to make it three games in a row against Roma on Sept. 3.

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