Oct 19, 2014 at 9.25pm UK at ​O.co Coliseum
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Police allow Amir Khan to part outside stadium for NFL clash in Oakland

Amir Khan thanks police for allowing him to park directly in front of the Oakland Raiders' stadium for their NFL clash against the Arizona Cardinals.

Amir Khan gave a special mention to police for allowing him to park directly outside of the Oakland Raiders' stadium for their NFL match against the Arizona Cardinals on Monday.

The British boxer went to watch the game, which ended in a 24-13 defeat for the Raiders, while out in California.

The 27-year-old headed to the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in his £36,000 Chevrolet Stingray and was given permission by the police to park in front of the ground.

Khan posted a photo of himself with the cop on Instagram, along with the message: "Thanks to the Oakland police for looking after me and letting me park the Chevy Stingray right In front of the stadium when I went to watch the Raiders."

The Bolton-born fighter has been in the United States for the last few weeks for training.

A photo posted by Amir Khan (@amirkingkhan) on

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