Football Player With Autism Makes Memorable Play Thanks to Teammates -- and Opponents

A little bit of teamwork goes a long way.

Andrew Martire, 8, has autism and plays on a pop warner football team in Lowell, Massachusetts, according to My Fox Boston. Recently, in his first game as a starter, Andrew got to be part of a pretty memorable play — he made a 65-yard-touchdown!

Both teams worked together to give Andrew this special moment and the crowd went wild cheering him on.

Check out the heartwarming play in the video below:

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