LEEDS goalkeeper Felix Weidwald was struggling to see with the sun beaming into his eyes during the Yorkshire derby.
But it wasn’t long until a heroic Whites fan came to his rescue…
The supporter came down from the away end to hand over his cap to the 27-year-old shot-stopper.
He walked towards the edge of the pitch, called the him over and then launched the black cap in his direction.
The fan, who was applauded by his surrounding supporters, made his way proudly back to his seat.
Although he appeared to be struggling himself with the blinding sun at Oakwell stadium.
It was reported to be a Stone Island hat, which retail at around £75.00.
Following the kind gesture, Leeds charged up the field and broke the deadlock following a goal kick from Wiedwald.
Samuel Saiz opened the scoring with a driven shot past the helpless hands of Adam Davies.
The goalkeeper went and found the fan at half-time to thank him and return the cap.
Leeds entered the clash seven points above their opponent’s after securing 26 points from their first 18 outings.
Fans were astounded by what they saw at during the derby clash…