Leeds secured a 2-0 win against Barnsley at Oakwell on Saturday, with Samuel Saiz and Ezgian Alioski netting in the first-half of the Yorkshire derby.
However, one visiting fan in particular also deserves some credit after helping ‘keeper Felix Wiedwald to deal with a tricky case of having the sun in his eyes.
The heroic fan gave Wiedwald his baseball cap, with the Leeds’ goalie duly popping it on his head and getting back to the action…
Sun in the keeper’s eyes at Oakwell so a Leeds fan gives their keeper his hat pic.twitter.com/L2Rt3Jfbs3
— Eamon Kelly (@eamonkelly) November 25, 2017
We hope the fan got his cap back at the end of the game!
UPDATE: The fan apparently got more than his hat back, with Wiedwald handing over a signed photo and shirt after the final whistle by way of thanks…
A fan from the stand lended Leeds' goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald his hat, then gets a photo and his shirt in return after the game. pic.twitter.com/1PBLS7GixX
— Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) November 26, 2017
The win sees Leeds go eighth while Barnsley find themselves 17th in the Championship.