In an age where as soon as one football club does something that people like on social media, every single football club that exists follows suit, we can't quite understand why 'Tunnel Cam' isn't the norm for every major club and national team.
We've got hundreds of painfully unfunny elaborate new signing videos, and yet we don't have enough of the moments such as the one we saw this week between Kevin De Bruyne and Ireland U21 international Connor Ronan.
That wasn't the first, nor will it be the last, excellent 'Tunnel Cam' clip we've featured on this site before as there is something about a look behind the scenes of a top-level football match that we love seeing, especially moments such as the above where we see footballers showing their true colours.
Sadly, Manchester City and Liverpool are the only clubs that have really embraced 'Tunnel Cam' and put out the highlights after every game [Leicester City do it often too it should be said], so as a result our five examples of it's awesomeness are restricted to those clubs, but hopefully more follow suit in the near future.
James McClean and Pablo Zabaleta argue over a penalty decision.
Zabaleta is a great character and when he saw James McClean give the ref a nudge over an incident in the game, he was having none of it.
Mohamed Salah's "Benny Hill" moment against Arsenal.
Just such a superb clip as Mohamed Salah summed up Arsenal's miserable day at Anfield by zooming past the half-way-line on his own before the hapless defenders chased him like a Benny Hill clip.
Vincent Kompany and John Terry wishing each other a speedy recovery from injury.
A lovely sincere moment between two of the best defenders to play in the Premier League while both were struggling to play regular football.
Jordan Henderson makes Ben Woodburn's incredible Liverpool debut even more special.
Woodburn scored in fron of the Kop on his debut as a 17-year-old, and as he was trying to get to grips with what just happened, club captain Jordan Henderson would have made him feel even better with his reacion.
Ryan Taylor gives a beautiful apology to David Silva after an accidental injury.
Pure class from the Newcastle man who knows all too well the feeling of being out with a nasty injury.
We would especially love to see the FAI implement something similar for games in the Aviva, so fingers crossed more and more clubs and countries get involved with 'Tunnel Cam' soon.