Edgar Castillo made noise on Wednesday for all the wrong reasons.
First, the New Mexico native was on the wrong end of a botched clearance. Then, he got subbed out.
Here are the match highlights, though you don't see anything from Castillo except for his horrendous defensive error and him walking off the field:
According to Mural, Castillo was quite agitated after he left the game. After the goal, Mural reports, America assistant coaches conferred with head coach Jesus Ramirez and apparently concluded that Atlas was torching Castillo and America's left flank. Castillo was replaced in the 34th minute, some 10 minutes after his gaffe.
Upon reaching the bench, Castillo yelled and protested his removal, to the point that backup goalkeeper Armando Navarette had to step in and calm Castillo down.
It will be interesting to see if Castillo plays in America's next match, Saturday at Tigres. Ramirez, who took over a week ago, said no player is guaranteed a spot on the team, so if Castillo has been terrible on and off the field, he might not be playing much anytime soon.