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He ended the season as the team's leading scorer with 19 goals and added eight assists, winning the MLS Golden Boot[8] over DC United's Ola Kamara on the assist tiebreaker. Castellanos also led the league in shots and shots on target with 132 and 57, respectively. [9] Castellanos scored in all three of his 2021 MLS Cup Playoff appearances, including the first goal of the 2021 MLS Cup, which NYCFC won on penalties, giving Castellanos the first domestic trophy of his career. [citation needed] Girona (loan)[edit] On 25 July 2022, Castellanos joined newly promoted La Liga club Girona on a season-long loan. [10] On 25 April 2023, he scored four goals for Girona in their 4–2 victory against Real Madrid, making him the first player to score four against Real Madrid in a league match since December 1947, when Esteban Echevarría scored five goals for Oviedo in a 7–1 win.




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During the first round of the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs Castellanos had his initial penalty in a shootout vs. Orlando City saved, but VAR overturned the call due to goalkeeper Pedro Gallese leaving the goal line early. He scored his second penalty but NYCFC lost 6–5 in the shootout, eliminating them from the playoffs. [citation needed] Castellanos was able to finish much more consistently during the 2021 season, becoming only the fifth player in MLS history to score in each of their club's first four matches. Shortly after this milestone, on 13 May 2021, Castellanos signed a new deal with NYCFC through 2025.


[citation needed] In 2020, Castellanos declined in his production, scoring six goals and adding three assists in 22 matches during a season shortened by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Castellanos suffered from an inability to finish chances as he had an xG/90 of 0. 65, but ended the season with G/90 of only 0. 40. [5] NYCFC would finish fifth in the Eastern Conference standings.


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Taty Castellanos - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Castellanos and the second or maternal family name is Giménez. Taty CastellanosPersonal informationFull name Valentín Mariano José Castellanos GiménezDate of birth 3 October 1998 (age 24)Place of birth Mendoza, ArgentinaHeight 1. 78 m (5 ft 10 in)[1]Position(s) ForwardTeam informationCurrent team LazioNumber 19Youth career Villa Nueva Independiente Rivadavia Leonardo Murialdo2015–2017 Universidad de ChileSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)2017–2018 Torque 23 (4)2018–2023 New York City 109 (50)2022–2023 → Girona (loan) 35 (13)2023– Lazio 0 (0)International career2020–2021 Argentina U23 6 (0) *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:43, 4 June 2023 (UTC) Valentín Mariano José "Taty" Castellanos Giménez (born 3 October 1998) is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for Serie A club Lazio.


Club career[edit] Early career[edit] As a youth, Castellanos was rejected by both River Plate and Lanús. [2] Castellanos started his club career in the youth academy of Universidad de Chile. He made his senior team debut in the 2017 Copa Sudamericana against Corinthians playing 14 minutes. He then moved to Torque on a one-year loan in July 2017. While on loan, he scored two goals in 11 appearances and helped the club win the Segunda Division title and secure promotion to Uruguay's top flight. On 1 July 2018, his move from Universidad de Chile to Torque was made permanent.


[citation needed] New York City FC[edit] On 27 July 2018, he joined Major League Soccer side New York City FC on loan until the end of the 2018 season. [3] In his first match with New York City FC, he started and scored a goal against Vancouver Whitecaps FC. NYCFC exercised their option to buy Castellanos on 29 November 2018, ahead of the 2019 season. [4] In 2019, Castellanos played an integral role in New York City's attack, scoring 11 times and adding seven assists in 30 matches. This form helped NYCFC finish atop the Eastern Conference standings and qualify for their first CONCACAF Champions League.


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