# How many goals does he score considering only one of the statement is true?

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Christian Pulisic was judged as a man of the match of the last football games.
How many goals does he score considering only one of the statement is true
1. He scores at least 4 goals
2. He scores less than 4 goals
3. He scores at least 1 goal.

posted Jun 30, 2020
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