Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have once again emerged as champions of the Super Bowl.
In the overtime period at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers managed to score the first points.
However, this did not deter Mahomes, who connected with Mecole Hardman for a 3-yard touchdown pass, leading the Chiefs to a 25-22 victory and securing their second consecutive Super Bowl title.
The Chiefs have achieved an impressive feat, becoming back-to-back champions of the Super Bowl!
The winning drive spanned 75 yards, consisting of 13 plays and lasting 7 minutes and 19 seconds.
This thrilling victory marks their third championship in just five years.
With only three seconds remaining in regulation time, the Chiefs managed to tie the game with a field goal by Harrison Butker, forcing the game into overtime, which lasted a remarkable 14 minutes and 57 seconds.
In the overtime period, the 49ers won the coin toss and gained possession of the ball.
They proceeded to dominate the field for 7 minutes and 38 seconds, executing 13 plays and advancing 66 yards, ultimately resulting in a 27-yard field goal by Jake Moody.
According to the Source touchdownwire.usatoday.com