Fulham's Ross McCormack faced his former side Leeds United.
Ross McCormack spent time after Fulham's draw with Leeds United with home supporters in the disabled section at Elland Road.
The former Leeds United captain even gave his shirt to a home fan, showing a touch of class.
Leeds and Fulham played out a 1-1 draw, with Tom Cairney and Lewis Cook scoring the goals for either side.
McCormack was playing his fourth game against Leeds United after leaving in the summer of 2014, and has failed to score on each occasion.
He has taken plenty of stick from supporters during these matches for the way he left the club and his lack of success at Fulham, but this is a photo which could turn opinion back in his favour.
Fulham are one point and one position below Leeds in the table, with Steve Evans' side sitting in the place club owner Massimo Cellino will hate, his unlucky number, 17th.