Odell Beckham Jr. will try to take London by storm on Sunday when his New York Giants play the Los Angeles Rams in an NFL game at Wembley Stadium, but he's continuing to show off his skills in the "other" football across the Atlantic Ocean.
Working with F2 Freestylers, Beckham displays his savvy at both footballs, coupling his flashy dribbling technique and finishing ability, with some tricks with the American football and a soccer goal as well.
Beckham played soccer as a youngster and believes he could have made it as a professional had he chosen that route.
"I started when I was 3 years old and played until I was about 14," Beckham told NJ.com in March. "My coach was pushing to try and get me on the national team and tryout. At that age, you're 13, 14 years old you know that to make it big in soccer you are probably going to have to go overseas. Obviously that would be a goal and that would be the dream. At that age it would have been hard for me to leave my family and just go."
Watch the Beckham-F2 mash-up below:
Earlier in the summer Beckham visited Bayern Munich, where he played with David Alaba and Xabi Alonso, and also London, where he met with Tottenham and recorded the mash-up with F2 Freestylers.
Beckham is coming off a week where he had 222 receiving yards and two touchdowns against the Baltimore Ravens.