A Full-back, his key attributes are his speed and dribbling skills, which makes up for his short height. He is nicknamed "El Gutty".
Estrada made his debut on October 20, 2004 against Pachuca, a game which resulted in a 1–0 loss for, his then-team, Dorados de Sinaloa. He received his first cap in a friendly match against Venezuela on October 12, 2010. His first call to the Mexican national team came in the midst of a conflict between players and now former National Team Director, Nestor de la Torre, and on top of that Estrada suffered an injury that allowed him to play only the first 24 minutes, he was injured by Venezuelan defender Gabriel Cichero.