Football hosts, on occasion, unimaginable stories; hundreds, thousands are the epics of many fans traveling, for example, to the other side of the globe to see their favorite soccer player, to the team of their loves or, simply, to support as one more. Football moves mountains and rises from the dead. Equal that statement remains a bit long, but a news from Argentina could be taken as such: Gabriel Aranda, fan of Racing de Avellaneda, unearthed the skull of his grandfather, Valentín Aguilera, in the celebration of the Argentine Super League.
After being asked by TNT Sports, the fan said that "he was in the niche and he took it out because he played Racing. This is the Racing cabal. I'm sure he feels proud. "
After tying to 1 with Tigre, the team was consecrated as champion of the Argentine Superliga. This is the team's ninth title as a professional, the first since 2014.