A first half brace from Castillo helped propel FC Dallas to a wild 3-2 win over Toronto FC in a game that took five hours to complete due to a three-hour weather delay at Toyota Stadium. Castillo’s first goal, scored just 29 seconds into the match, was the fastest goal scored in club history and the 16th fastest in MLS history.
Castillo’s first came as FC Dallas midfielder Moises Hernandez picked up the ball in his own half and played a fantastic through ball that split the Toronto defense, finding a streaking Castillo. The speedy winger latched onto the ball, burning Toronto defender Nick Hagglund in the process, and chipped goalkeeper Joe Bendik at the near post.
FC Dallas secured the win in the 27th minute, when Perez picked up a Toronto turnover inside the box and fired a left-footed strike into the back of the net.
FC Dallas return to action on this week’s Viernes de Futbol, when they travel to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park to take on the Colorado Rapids at 10 p.m. ET (UDN).