Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl LVIII | video

Two-time NFL champions.

Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl LVIIIthe longest in history, celebrated this Sunday in Allegiant Stadiumwhere it was necessary to reach the last minute of the fifth quarter game already in extra time so that the followers Andy Reid they won 25-22 San Francisco 49ers.

On the final play of the game, after rookie kicker Jake Moody gave San Francisco a 22–19 lead with his third field goal of the game, it was Patrick Mahomes who brought his team to the diagonal and secured the victory by sending to Mecole Hardman with seconds on the clock.

With this result, Kansas City won its fourth NFL title. after editions IV (1969), LIV (219), LVII (2022); ninth team, two-time Super Bowl champion, most recently the New England Patriots.

Mahomes achieved his third championship ring, as well as his third Super Bowl MVP nomination.

The San Francisco 49ers held a 3-0 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs entering the second quarter thanks to Jake Moody’s 55-yard field goal.

Kyle Shanahan then called a gamble play and it worked like a charm, thanks to connections between Brock Purdy, Benny Jennings and Christian McCaffrey as San Francisco built a 10-0 lead.

Just before halftime, the Chiefs were up 10–3 on a Harrison Butker field goal.

And Kansas City moved to within 10-6 on another field goal by Harrison Butker, who set a new Super Sunday record with a 57-yard attempt.

The Chiefs turned the lead to 13-10 thanks to a connection between Patrick Mahomes and Marquez Valdes-Scantling after a blunder on receiving a field goal that sent the champions into the red zone.

And Mahomes didn’t miss a golden opportunity.

San Francisco played it on fourth down, continued the drive, and Brock Purdy connected with Jauan Jennings in the end zone to change the score to 16–13 against the Kansas City Chiefs; however, the extra point was blocked.

From that moment a fight began. San Francisco’s defense stopped Patrick Mahomes in the red zone, and Kansas City had to settle for a field goal to tie the game 16-16 early in the fourth quarter.

But rookie Jake Moody turned up the pressure with a 53-yard field goal to give San Francisco a 19-16 lead.

Harrison Butker tied the game for Kansas City at 19-19 with three seconds left and sent the game to overtime.

On the first offensive drive of overtime, San Francisco remained in the red zone, and Butker made his third field goal of the game, this time from 27 yards, after two from 55 and 53 yards, to put his team ahead 22– 19.

Then it was Mahomes’ turn, who led his team into the end zone and sealed the win with a pass to Hardman as the fifth quarter expired for the longest game in Super Sunday history.

Source: Aristegui Noticias