Cincinnati forward Brandon Vazquez replaces Taty Castellanos in the MLS All-Star Game after LaLiga side Girona sign the league’s top scorer on loan from New York City FC
- Brandon Vazquez named to MLS All Star roster as replacement player
- Vazquez is second player in FC Cincinnati history to be named a two time all star.
- Replaces Valentin “Taty” Castellanos who moved to Girona FC on loan
- Vazquez is currently second in the MLS Golden Boot race with 13 goals
Vazquez will replace for NYFC striker Valentin “Taty” Castellanos who was recently loaned to Girnoa FC in La Liga.
Vazquez will join teammate Luciano Acosta was the only two players in FC Cincinnati history to be named a two time all star.
Newly named All Star Brandon Vazquez stands proudly looking to sky after scoring goal
Last season Castellanos captivated Major League soccer en route to winning the golden boot and carrying NYFC to it’s first ever MLS cup.
Before his loan move to Spain Castellanos played 24 games in all competitions registering 17 goals and six assist.
Vazquez so far this season has recorded 13 goals and four assist in 23 appearances and sits second in the MLS Golden Boot race.
FC Cincinnati are currently eighth in the MLS Eastern Conference standings with 29 points and a 7-8-8 record.
Brandon Vazquez screams passionately while celebrating goal for Cincinnati this season