Tag Archive | Taty Castellanos

NOTES & QUOTES: Orlando City SC 1 -1 New York City FC: Orlando Advances On Penalties

NYCFC reached the quarterfinals of the Open Cup for the first time thanks to victories over North Carolina FC and D.C. United and made a second trip to the Orlando in 2019, following the MLS opening day draw. Dome Torrent welcomed Héber back to the starting XI after the Brazilian’s hamstring injury, while Jesus Medina […]

NOTES & QUOTES: Chicago Fire 1 – 1 New York City FC

NYCFC traveled to the Windy City looking to extend a seven-match unbeaten streak and make it four consecutive road wins. Dome Torrent made one change to the lineup which started the 2-0 win at LA Galaxy last time out, bringing in Alexandru Mitriță for Ismael Tajouri-Shradi, who started the match as a substitute. Chicago made […]

NOTES & QUOTES: D.C. United 0 – 2 New York City FC

New York City FC visited D.C. United for an Easter Sunday showdown at Audi Field looking for their first victory of 2019 against the early Eastern Conference pacesetters. The last time these two teams met for City’s Home Opener, both teams left Yankee Stadium with one point apiece after a goalless draw but the Boys […]

NOTES & QUOTES New York City FC 0 – 0 Montreal Impact

Following last weekend’s 4-0 defeat in Toronto, Dome Torrent made three changes to his lineup for this one, bringing in Ronald Matarrita, Sebastien Ibeagha, Jonathan Lewis and Taty Castellanos. NYCFC’s first chance came early in the game, when Alexandru Mitriță nearly found the back of the net inside the first 10′ but his low, goalbound strike […]

New York CIty FC Suffers Tough 2-1 Loss to Minnesota United

New York City FC embarked on their first-ever trip to Minnesota with their passport to the MLS Playoffs freshly-stamped following a 2-0 midweek win over Chicago. Domènec Torrent made five changes to his lineup, bringing in Eloi Amagat, Jo Inge Berget, Alexander Callens, Valentin Castellanos and Sebastien Ibeagha. Facing off against a Minnesota side who proved […]

New York City FC earn 1-1 Draw with DC United

England and Spain’s record goal scorers had only shared a field in their storied careers on one previous occasion until Saturday’s showdown in the BX. Last time Wayne Rooney and David Villa lined up in a tunnel together, it was the 2011 UEFA Champions League final at Wembley and the day ended with a winners’ […]

New York City FC takes Tough 1-0 loss to New England Revolution

With eight players ruled out through injury and international duty, it was a real test of depth for NYCFC in this second meeting with the Revs in 2018. It was Ronald Matarrita who created City’s first meaningful opportunity of the night on 5’ with a determined run which led to his cross being deflected off […]