So Portugal beat France to win the Euros. And needless to say, there were French fans who were seriously upset.
In contrast to scenes earlier in the competition of fans from various countries laying waste to bars and whole "quartiers" in drunken celebration of wins, drowning sorrows after defeats, or just in xenophobic bursts of hatred, this Portuguese kid shows sympathy, support and friendship to a distressed French fan.
Just look at how much better the French guy seemed after that small gesture.
And the strange thing is that the whole world could be like this.
I know it's been an "exciting", some would say frightening, day in UK politics, with our new prime minister's coronation (apparently Dave and Sam have two days to get their stuff out), and the Eagle landing somewhere and flapping its wings a bit to less than expected interest.
But there will be time enough for those stories tomorrow.
In the meantime, let's watch the example we were set by a boy whose mum and dad should be fiercely proud of him. I hope one day he is secretary general of the UN.