Landon Collins lights up NFL's Twickenham bow

    Landon Collins of  the New York Giants dives over for his touchdown after a dazzling return run at Twickenham.

    Story highlights

    • Giants beat Rams 17-10 at Twickenham
    • First NFL game at home of rugby
    • 75,000 sell-out crowd
    • Second of three 2016 NFL games in London

    (CNN)The NFL took its bow at the home of rugby Sunday and Landon Collins gave the capacity Twickenham crowd a moment to savor to help the New York Giants to a 17-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams.

    Collins picked up a wayward pass from the Rams' Case Keenum before weaving past eight would-be tacklers for a memorable touchdown as he zig-zagged across the field.
      "It's my first career touchdown in the NFL. I'm never going to forget it. Definitely a game-changing moment for our team," he said.
      "I headed to one sideline, looked up field and saw a lot of blue. I glanced to my left and saw a lot of white so I went over there to my guys and they led me through to the end zone."
      The stunning score had the Giants level at 10-10 at the half, the Rams having led 10-0 off the back of a Tavon Austin touchdown and a field goal.
      The Giants' star receiver Odell Beckham Jr was the focus of the pre-match attention and played his part in the opening Robbie Gould field goal to put his side on the scoreboard.
      Then came the moment of magic for Collins, to light up the 16th NFL game played in London, the others at Wembley Stadium.
      Collins continued his heroics in the fourth quarter, helping the Giants into Rams' territory with another decisive run.
      A final drive saw Rashad Jennings go over from one-yard to give the New York franchise the lead for the first time and to kee