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Nico builds castles in the air for America

MEXICO – Nicolas Castillo came to America with the responsibility of being the most important player for the Eagles to raise the bicamponato, but he has given more problems than solutions and against Leon, in the first part of the semi-final of the Bancomer League, was he not the man to weigh in the area, and even his attitude on running away from change, when his team lost, he lit the pit of more than one in the club.

The former Benfica player has only scored five goals in 13 appearances during the Clausura 2019, a total of 997 minutes between the regular and the Liguilla, so he averages a goal every 199 minutes. According to the Transfemarkt portal, the Eagles have deposited nearly eight million dollars. That is why each goal cost an average of one million 600 thousand dollars & # 39; to the Board of Directors of Coapa. Interestingly, he only has one goal more than warnings, because he adds four yellow hues.

Nico Castillo on the La Corregidora lawn Getty Images

In the Liguilla of this tournament, he played the three duels of the Eagles, all as starter, and was unable to score. Neither of them has been able to complete a game because it disputes the remainder, 223 minutes, which is why Miguel Herrera doubted the ownership of the return duel.

Herrera has given him preference over Henry Martin, a 26-year-old Mexican who has endured the bank since he arrived in 2017. Former player Xolos has six goals, one more than the Chileans in the league, while Henry scored eight goals in the Copa MX and Nico scored zero.

With Pumas he left no doubt, because in 37 games he managed to make the networks 25 times pregnant in the competition.

It has even given more to talk about than in court. On Thursday against Leon, he was irritated to be replaced by Francisco Cordova at minute 86 and despite his team losing the game, he went outside while complaining, causing the surprise and annoyance of his teammates and technical staff since De bank still demanded the decision of Miguel Herrera, who limited himself to saying a few words from afar. The fans also accused him of his actions and forced him on when he left.

Nico Castillo celebrates with Henry Martin Getty Images

Something similar happened in the Classic Chivas. He started, he failed to score and he came in after 60 minutes, immediately after the first goal of the Eagles, rather annoying kicking even a bottle. The striker acknowledged that he was leaving the game and irritated Chivas not to play at his best level and qualified his attitude to indicate that the anger was "because I am not at my best level". I am not in a hurry, I left angry because I am not at my best level, but I have to run, push the opponent and they benefit very well, "he said.

At the end of the game in which they eliminated Cruz Azul, the attacker exchanged words with the substitute keeper of the celeste, Guillermo Alisonand had to be separated to prevent possible anger. He also joked the VAR. At the end of the match his club lost to Tijuana, the Chilean in his history Instagram, when uploading an image to emulate the system and tag it with an "emoticon" of a smiling face and accompany it with the phrase "V.A.R".

He also mocked his former team, Pumas. Although he wasn't playing in America due to a thigh injury, the Chilean striker published a smiling emoticon and a man who raised his hand when the UNAM team was eliminated in the Copa MX semi-finals after falling 2-0 against Bravos de Juárez, club from the League of Ascenso.

Another distraction he had is the confrontation with Jose Ramón Fernández, who has criticized his performance with the Eagles. This ensured that when crowned champion of the cup it was "his medal" for him.

Since his arrival in America, he has been involved in controversy, mainly because of the past with Pumas; the Chilean, when he was a UNAM player, left the burden of eliminating his team in the Clausura 2018 quarterfinals against the America. While Miguel Herrera gave his press conference, the Chilean shouted: "Luis, you give the cup." In his last tournament with the Auriazules, before he left for Benfica, the striker said that if he returned to Aztec football, he would do it for the whole of the UNAM: "I am very grateful to the people of Mexico for the way they have helped me and my family. Of course I would go back to Mexico and the team I would choose is Pumas," he eventually left with the hated rival.

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