Minnesota Vikings entertain and they will head home to London with 3-1 after a 28-25 win at Tottenham Hotspur.

Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine is scheduled for surgery to fix a fractured foot

"I thought it was going inside as soon as he hit the ball. I told him after the match that he hit them both just as straight as possible 

The Vikings fly home from London with a disappointing loss, but a much happier experience. They were down 24-14 at the end of the fourth quarter 

rebound for a win of 28-24 over the Lions. Sunday was a 16-7 win. They were leading 22-19 at the half, but fell back to 22-19 in the final quarter. 

The win helps to cover up an inconsistant day for Vikings' offense and a tough second quarter for defense. 


Justin Jefferson had 10 catches, 147 yards, and a short rush touchdown, giving the Vikings a 24-22 lead with 4 minutes to go. 

Jefferson's best play was a 39-yard catch made by Kirk Cousins. This allowed Joseph to score the winning field goal.  

Harrison Phillips recovered Dalvin Thomaslinson's sack on Andy Dalton. The second of Joseph’s five field goal came in the red zone.