You may have read in this parish about the considered tribute of Leigh Griffiths to a young Celtic fan after he scored against Aberdeen this weekend. We said then that Griffiths had shown that footballers weren't all self-centred automatons, and named a few others - Steven Naismith, Cristiano Ronaldo and James McClean - to back up that point.
Now, we can add Marouane Fellaini to that list.
In the midst of the mayhem that ensued after Marcus Rashford's last-gasp winner for Manchester United against Hull City, United fans spilled onto the pitch, climbing over each other and creating the danger of some fans being crushed amidst the pile-up.
One female fan was being crushed and, while his team-mates and most of the United supporters celebrated, Fellaini could be seen pointing frantically into the crowd and subsequently helping the woman out of a very dangerous situation.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) August 28, 2016
Now, say what you like about his form, his hair or how much he gets paid. But that woman will always have the big Belgian to thank and it does not seem unreasonable to say this - he quite possibly saved her life.