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Real Madrid Castilla 2016/17 Season Statistics!

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The most accurate representation of the 16/17 season you will find.

Real Madrid v Cultural Leonesa - Copa del Rey Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images

As we already know, Castilla had a disappointing 2016/17 season. They finished in 11th place, on 51 points, with a goal difference of -4. Over the duration of the campaign, I collected all the players’ statistical information, and put it into these three tables. Today, I can finally show you the end product. I have triple checked all of the figures, and compared my stats next so some of the best sites the internet has to offer, and I can officially confirm that these tables are the most accurate available, and exclusive to ManagingMadrid followers.

Castilla 16/17 Stats

Player Appearances Minutes Played Goals Assists Clean Sheets Yellow C's Red Cards Unused Sub MOTM'S own goal
Player Appearances Minutes Played Goals Assists Clean Sheets Yellow C's Red Cards Unused Sub MOTM'S own goal
Carlos Abad 27 2547 6 4 8 2
Luca Zidane 8 754 2 1 10 2
Álex Craninx 3 283 1 20 2
Achraf 28 2315 1 8 6 9 2 2 3
Philipp Lienhart 26 2269 6 7 4 1
Mario Hermoso 33 3080 1 2 7 16 1 1
Alex Salto 4 379 3 17
Javier Sánchez 13 1160 2 3 3 1 8
Álvaro Tejero 30 2112 1 3 2 7 1 5 1
Abner 21 1048 2 7
Luismi Quezada 25 1840 4 2 4 1 6 3
Francisco Tena 22 1415 6 6
Aleix Febas 36 3006 3 3 8 2 8
Fede Valverde 30 2438 3 2 1 5 6
Jaime Seoane 19 1111 6 8 1
Javi Muñoz 26 1879 1 6 2
Cristian Cedrés 19 870 1 2 5 13
Lin Liangming 7 248 1 1 17
Enzo 32 2189 5 5 9 1 2
Mario Rodríguez 15 622 7
Sergio Díaz 36 2986 5 1 4 4
Nikos Vergos 25 1446 5 1 1 3 1
Víctor Campuzano 25 1518 6 3 3 1 2
Franchu 1 14
Carlos Cobo 1 57 2 1
José Lazo 1 11
Alex Martin 1
Martin Ødegaard 13 1080 3 4
Borja Sánchez 1 18 6
Gorka Zabarte 1 1 1
Castilla 16/17

Please note:

This table is only counted for players whilst they are at Real Madrid Castilla.

Minutes played includes added time.

Personal clean sheets are not counted if a player is substituted off before the final whistle.

If a player receives a second yellow card and is sent off, it will come up on the table as two yellows and one red card received.

Man of the Match awards are opinionated.

Real Madrid v Ajax: UEFA Youth League Quarter Final Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images

Some players were good enough to receive Real Madrid first team, or Under-19s call-ups. These are as follows:

Castilla players first team, and u19s stats

Player First team callups First team games First team goals First team assists u19s callups u19s games u19s goals u19s Assists
Player First team callups First team games First team goals First team assists u19s callups u19s games u19s goals u19s Assists
Luca Zidane 4 7 7
Álex Craninx 4
Martin Ødegaard 2 1
Mario Rodríguez 4 4 1
Fede Valverde 6 6 1
Sergio Díaz 8 8 4 5
Achraf 2 8+* 8+* 1 2
Álvaro Tejero 4 2 1
Jaime Soeane 6 6 1
Enzo 3 1 1

Please note:

This table is only counted for players whilst they were at Real Madrid Castilla.

Achraf Hakimi could potentially be called up a further two times as the u19s look to win the Copa Del Rey.

Real Madrid v Cultural Leonesa - Copa del Rey
Álvaro Tejero was the player involved with the first team the most in 16/17!
Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images

Some players also received International call-ups at both senior and youth level. These are as follows:

Castilla players international stats

Player Senior Call ups Reserve Call ups u21s Call ups u20s Call ups u19s Call ups Goals Assists Clean Sheets
Player Senior Call ups Reserve Call ups u21s Call ups u20s Call ups u19s Call ups Goals Assists Clean Sheets
Philipp Lienhart 5 1
Martin Ødegaard 3 2 1
Achraf 3 1
Luca Zidane 3 0
Lin Liangming 2
Sergio Díaz 1
Fede Valverde 1 1
Nikos Vergos 2 1

Please note:

This table is only counted for players whilst they are at Real Madrid Castilla.

Norway U21 v Kosovo U21 Photo by Trond Tandberg/Getty Images

So, there you have it. The complete player statistics table for 16/17! The numbers definitely aren't as high as I would've liked, but it feels good to finally publish the tables after working on them for so long. I would like to thank Martin Hellerud from realmadrid.no, Kiyan Sobhani, the guys at @FootCanteraEC, and last but not least; my Twitter followers for helping to contribute to the 'Man of the Match' awards all season long. I really could not have done it without you! How did your favourite player do? And how do you see them improving next season?