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Beckham, Kaka, De Bruyne, Pique and Kane watch Super Bowl 50

As you may well have heard over the course of the weekend, Sunday evening saw the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos at Super Bowl 50, one of the highlights of the sporting calendar.

David Beckham showed off his golden tickets with son Brooklyn before kick-off.

SUPER BOWL BABY ..... My boys first one so you can see by his face he is excited ������ @brooklynbeckham

A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on

Having made the long trip across the country from Orlando, Kaka was also all smiles as he posted a jubilant photo from inside Levi's Stadium.

Enjoying the show! �� #superbowl50

A photo posted by Ricardo Kaka (@kaka) on

Others were forced to make do with watching the action at home, with Yohan Cabaye, Gerard Pique, Kevin De Bruyne and Harry Kane (among many others) all settling down for the long haul in front of the television.

Superbowl sunday. Let's go

Posted by Kevin De Bruyne on Sunday, 7 February 2016

Having only just made the jump to American soccer by joining LA Galaxy last week, Nigel de Jong was suitably impressed by the half-time theatrics on show.

Indeed, De Jong's awed reaction was shared by one Joseph Barton, who was equally amazed at the antics of Coldplay, Beyonce and co.

However, the wildest Super Bowl image was almost certainly captured taken by Fabrice Muamba, who shared a picture of his own wild half-time scenes as he tucked into a small plate of salmon and dry crackers.

That man is truly living the dream.


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