CROATIA World Cup goalkeeper Danijel Subasic pulled off the save of the summer when he caught Domagoj Vida from an embarrassing fall.
The World Cup finalists were given a heroes welcome when they arrived home in Zagreb on Tuesday.
After defeat to France in a thrilling final in Moscow, the 23-man Croatia squad were welcomed with open arms by approximately 500,000 fans.
The party was in full-swing when some fans look up at the bus rooftop to see star defender slip and head towards earth with a crash.
Thankfully though, goalkeeper Subasic used his quick reaction times to remarkably save the 29-year-old from falling from the vehicle.
Vida hugged his saviour, who was outstanding in goal for his country and thanked him for saving the defender from potentially a nasty injury.
The Besiktas stopper enhanced his reputation in Russia with Liverpool reportedly keen.
Kop boss Jurgen Klopp is looking to bolster his defensive options and an initial bid of £16million was rejected.
A second bid of £20m has been tabled, however, the Turkish side vale Vida at £31m and will be allowed to leave if the valuation is matched.
His international team-mate Dejan Lovren could convince him to make the switch to Anfield and play his club football alongside one of the best defenders in the world.