The player dived into the stands and ended up knocking over an almost full tray of nachos
Fans can be brutal when it comes to how they treat opposition team players and not many look eye to eye. But sports sometimes can be a great unifier. One such instance took place when the baseball team Chicago Cubs faced off against the St. Louis Cardinals. Chasing down a foul ball, Cubs shortstop Addison Russell swan-dived into the stands and ended up knocking over an almost full tray of nachos and cheese out of the hands of a fan. As the ground crew cleared up the mess on the ground, left by the collision, Russell went about wiping quite a bit of cheese off his arms.
The Cardinals fan, identified as Andrew Gudermuth, wore a dismayed look after his snack had just taken a tumble.
Obviously a little guilty about what had just occurred, Russell showed his class and made up for the accident brilliantly.
The player came out of his dugout in the next inning holding a fresh plate of nachos for the Cardinals fan.
An absolutely delighted Gudermuth, gleefully accepted the tray of nachos and the appology and not just that, he even managed to get a selfie with the Cubs star.
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