This will be the best thing you see today.

Pete DuPré, a 96-year-old veteran, performed the national anthem on his harmonica before the United States Women's National Soccer Team's game vs. Mexico on Sunday, warming the hearts of everyone watching.

96-year-old World War II veteran Pete DuPré played the national anthem on a harmonica before the@USWNTpic.twitter.com/TP3ggIF3z9

— ESPN (@espn)May 26, 2019

DuPré, who served in the Army in World War II, even got to greet the players after the match as they celebrated their 3-0 victory.

@notthefakeSVP@StanfordSteve82 Best thing we saw today!pic.twitter.com/t2ejq2GuJg

— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT)May 27, 2019

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