(CBS) In the fifth inning of his team’s eventual 10-2 win against the Dodgers on Wednesday night, Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo didn’t agree with a strike call by home plate umpire Angel Hernandez, and he voiced some displeasure.

So when he came to the plate in the seventh inning, Rizzo apologized, saying “my fault on that.”

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Hernandez completely understood.

“Your fault for what brother?” Hernandez replied. “Come on, you’re good, bro. You’re awesome with us. No, no worries. You’re competing. I understand. Don’t worry. You know what’s best of it? You come back and tell me that. That’s how good of a guy you are.”

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Check out the cool moment out below.

The Cubs’ win tied the National League Championship Series at 2-2. Game 5 is set for Thursday with a 7:08 p.m. first pitch. The hometown call can be heard on 670 The Score.