Seattle Seahawks 27 Oakland Raiders 3: David Moore clatters in photographers during touchdown as Russell Wilson masterclass lights up London

DAVID MOORE clatters into several snappers on the sidelines as he goes over for a touchdown at Wembley.

The Seattle Seahawks star crashed into a barrier and then smashed into the photographers as his side dominated the Oakland Raiders at Wembley.

 David Moore went flying into photographers after scoring his touchdown

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David Moore went flying into photographers after scoring his touchdown

Moore appeared fine after the incident, taking off his helmet and leaping over the hoarding to celebrate with team-mates.

And it was Russell Wilson, who provided the pass to Moore, who lit up London with a supreme performance on a wearing Wembley pitch.

The Seattle quarterback threw two first half-touchdowns to help his team race into a commanding lead and added another after the interval in a masterclass.

Wembley was still showing scars from Anthony Joshua’s fight three weeks ago, and Tottenham’s games against Barcelona and Cardiff last week.

 There was no stopping Moore as he went over

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There was no stopping Moore as he went over
 Moore impressed for the Seahawks as they hammered the Raiders

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Moore impressed for the Seahawks as they hammered the Raiders

Wilson connected with Jaron Brown and Moore in the first half as Seattle recorded their third win of the season.

More than 84,000 fans were in attendance for the clash – which was supposed to be played at Spurs’ new stadium – and they saw a one-sided drubbing.

Wilson found Brown for a five-yard touchdown pass on a 14-play, 82-yard opening drive.

And the quarterback connected with Moore on a 19-yard reception in the second period after a fumble from Oakland quarterback Derek Carr.

 Russell Wilson stole the show under the Wembley lights

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Russell Wilson stole the show under the Wembley lights
 The cheerleaders in full flow at the home of football

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The cheerleaders in full flow at the home of football

Moore caught a spectacular pass before an acrobatic fall over the advertising boardings and a heavy collision with some photographers.

The Raiders fell to their fifth defeat in six games in another uninspiring performance.

Matt McCrane missed a 48-yard field goal attempt to get them on the board, and they then lost their best receiver Amari Cooper to a concussion after a punishing hit from Bradley McDougald.

Sebastian Janikowski added a field goal either side of half-time before the Mexican wave started in the stands to signal the end of this one as a contest.

Oakland's only real highlight came when Daryl Worley intercepted Wilson in his own end zone, but it merely stopped Seattle racking up an even bigger win.

 Cheerleaders pulled out all the stops despite the bleak weather

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Cheerleaders pulled out all the stops despite the bleak weather
 Tyler Lockett and Wilson celebrate pummelling the Oakland side

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Tyler Lockett and Wilson celebrate pummelling the Oakland side
 Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin catches a pass as Oakland Raiders defensive back Obi Melifonwu defends

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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin catches a pass as Oakland Raiders defensive back Obi Melifonwu defends

But Wilson rounded off a classy showing with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett at the start of the fourth quarter.

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch had a miserable night against his former side, rushing for just 45 yards.

McCrane kicked a late 43-yard field goal to avoid a shutout, and the Raiders couldn't wait to get off the Wembley turf.

Wembley will host NFL clashes on the next two Sundays before Tottenham’s rescheduled match against Manchester City on Monday, October 29.

Los Angeles Chargers and Tennessee Titans square off next Sunday in north London before Super Bowl winners Philadelphia Eagles face Jacksonville Jaguars on October 28.

DAVID MOORE clatters into several snappers on the sidelines as he goes over for a touchdown at Wembley.