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Odell Beckham cries after late New York Giants interception

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The New York Giants had a big test today as they welcomed divisional rivals the Washington Redskins to MetLife Stadium.

The Giants, who were favourites heading into the clash, ended up on the losing side of a 29-27 scoreline in an encounter that not many had seen coming.

One of those people who seemed confident of a win was Odell Beckham Jr, who looked absolutely crushed after the game and was seen crying.


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With the Giants looking to take the lead fairly late on in the game, quarterback Eli Manning looked for Beckham in the end zone but threw an interception on the goal line.

But it was Beckham, not the Super Bowl-winning Manning who was upset with the play and displayed his emotions rather vividly on the sidelines.

NFL reporter Albert Breer captured the moment that Beckham burst into tears, tweeting out a picture of the Giants receiver looking exceptionally misty-eyed.

After last year's notable clash between Beckham and Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, it is clear to see that this game means more than most to the wide receiver. Winning it was a priority for Beckham and not getting it affected him badly.

Anyway, here it is in GIF form as well.

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