A chance meeting between Israeli and Iranian soccer players which culminated in a photo and social media post that has since gone viral, is causing a commotion across the web. Israeli international midfielder Maor Buzaglo, 30, who plays for the Maccabi Haifa team was in London where he was receiving treatment for an injured knee when he met his Iranian counterpart and captain of the national soccer team, Ashkan Dejagah, 31. The two posed for a photo which Buzaglo then posted to his social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with a caption in Hebrew that read, “Soccer has different rules and one language without prejudice & no wars. The team captain of Iran and myself prove that there is an alternative way.” Buzaglo also posted emojis featuring a peace sign and both countries’ respective flags. Dejagah, also a midfielder, currently plays soccer in the U.K.