It all ends 27-all with no score in overtime.
- Washington Redskins tie with Cincinnati Bengals 27-27 after overtime
- Live from Wembley
- Last of this year's NFL matches in London
What. A. Game.
The Cincinnati Bengals call a time-out moments before Dustin Hopkins kicks what would have been the match-winning field goal. He's forced to re-take the kick, which he then MISSES!
We play on...
Dustin Hopkins nails a 40-yard field goal for the Redskins to tie the match with 1:07 left in the fourth quarter.
Jeremy Hill walks in the end zone untouched as the Cincinnati Bengals take back the lead.
AJ Green takes a superb catch off Andy Dalton for a 39-yard gain for the Bengals.
What a game!
The Redskins take the lead after Kirk Cousins connects with Jamison Crowder for a 33-yard touchdown.
Kirk Cousins finds Jordan Reed for a 23-yard touchdown, putting the Redskins within three points going into the fourth quarter.
The Redskins make a 38-yard gain to DeSean Jackson as they look to close in on the Bengals.
The Bengals' quarter-back Andy Dalton walks in for the score after a dummy play.
Tyler Eifert's 15-yard score puts the Bengals three points clear in the third quarter.
Missed opportunity for the Redskins as George Iloka intercepts for the Bengals.
The Washington Redskins make a 44-yard gain to Vernon Davis - his longest catch of the season so far.
The Bengals immediately reply and running back Giovani Bernard evens the match.
The Redskins strike first as Robert Kelley runs in a 4 yard touchdown to open the scoring.
Fans are piling into Wembley as the Cincinnati Bengals host the Washington Redskins in the last of this year's three NFL contests in London.
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