Date Of Birth: 24/05/2003
Place Of Birth: Belize
Best Foot: Right
1° Position: Offensive Playmaker
2° Position: Half-winger
3° Position: Playmaker
Castillo has been playing for Marathon since his early ages in the world of football.
At 18 years old and wearing the number 65, a boy no taller than five feet tall is being the sensation in the Marathón of Martin ‘Tato’ Garcia that seeks to resurface in the Opening 2021.
Isaac Castillo, cipote from the Cabañas neighborhood in San Pedro Sula has had a dream week, because in 8 days his life has changed drastically after debuting last Tuesday with the first team of the Green Monster, a club to which he belongs from the U-8 of Leagues Minors, against Diriagén of Nicaragua for the Concacaf League.
The feeling he left in Managua was good, because everyone wondered who was that daring midfielder that the Uruguayan star García dared to leave the 90 minutes of said meeting and give him the ownership of a new account in what would be his first game of National League Sunday before Honduras Progress.
This Wednesday, already ‘hairy’ after his debut, he debuted as a scorer with Marathón by beating the goalkeeper with the right leg Bryan Cruz with a flush right inside the crescent of the Wolves UPFNM. It was the third goal of the Marathón at minute 35 ‘against the university students in the Estadio Yankel Rosenthal where his mother was, to whom he blew a kiss from the court to the stands.
“Isaac played an extraordinary game. The issue of young people must be given support and confidence, because we can all make a boy debut, but we have to transmit confidence. By playing a great game like today it makes me satisfied. When we arrived, Isaac was the sixth option as containment and we threw him on the field of play in an international competition; you have to take care of him, “said coach Garcia after Castillo’s first game on Tuesday at Concacaf.
Castillo is a typicall nr.10 that can play also as 8, able to play the ball with tecnique and able to be unpredictable by the opponents. He is a player difficoult to read by the opponents thanks to his speed and agility. He uses to move a lot without the ball looking to get a pass from a teammate and to manage the offensive and playmaking phase. He has a good dribbling ability and a good shooting quality. He has vision and accurancy in the passes.
-1.35 key pass per game (64% accurate)
-1.36 shoot per game
-0.94 cross per game (46% accurate)
-19 challenges - 3 aerial - 11 ground (35% won)
-2.2 dribbling per game (62% succesful)
-1 tackles per game (55% succesful)
-39 passes per game (82% accurate)
-0.14 goals per game
VS PAPU GOMEZ (Sevilla)
-1.50 key pass per game (61% accurate)
-0.91 shoot per game
-0.82 cross per game (11% accurate)
-8 challenges - 1 aerial - 7 ground (31% won)
-2 dribbling per game (46% succesful)
-1.3 tackles per game (40% succesful)
-35 passes per game (88% accurate)
-0.30 goals per game