National Football League (NFL) rocks Twickenham for the first time.

In the first ever non-rugby game at London’s Twickenham, the NFL brought together sides from New York and Los Angeles.

The game on Sunday managed to get a staggering crowd of 75,000, and is part of a three-match series in London. The other two games are to be played at Wembley.

The New York Giants saw Landon Collins’ touchdown lead them to become 10-0 up on the LA Rams at the end of the first quarter.

The Rams got back into the game, but it didn’t last as the Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning threw to wide-receiver Odell Beckham Jr, who secured a decisive catch.

The 4-time Super Bowl winners from New York wrapped up the game 17-10.

“It was a fantastic win for us,” says Giant’s player Landon Collins.

“When I caught the ball I looked down field and saw a lot of dark blue but all my white was to the left, so I went back and ran down there. It was a surprise for me.”

By Sam Arman.

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