If there is any player who has lived a dream week this is Alberto Soro.
Following his move to Granada CF on September 1, the Aragonese midfielder had not played an official minute with the red and white shirt until this week. The first were added in the Europa League, the European debut in his sports career, against FC Lokomotive Tblisi the last Thursday. Soro had 30 minutes in the win of Diego Martínez's team by two goals to zero and Soro left flashes of his incalculable quality.
But his most awaited and dreamed moment came this past weekend. His debut in the highest category of Spanish football. His first steps in 1st Division. And what better place to do so than at the Wanda Metropolitano against Atlético de Madrid, where he played the last half hour of the match. The result (6-1) was not the desired one, but this is only the beginning and it is certain that Alberto will have the privilege of enjoying better evenings in LaLiga Santander.
The Andalusians are experiencing a historic season with their first division in Europe and their consolidation in LaLiga Santander, after several years being shipwrecked in the 2nd Division. A year to frame in which Alberto will seek to continue growing and having fun along this incredible journey.