AMERICAN FOOTBALL

Five big talking points from Superbowl LIV

Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl for 50 years as they defeated San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Miami.

The game was one of the best the Super Bowl has ever seen with the Chiefs coming from 10 points behind the claim victory.

Here at Park Life Sport we are going to look at five main talking points from the spectacle at the Hard Rock Stadium.

Embed from Getty Images

Miracle in Miami

The Kansas City Chiefs would have thought it was all over as they trailed 21-10 going into the fourth quarter.

But scoring 21 points inside five minutes left the Chiefs in touching distance of their first Superbowl in 50 years.

The victory was the second for coach Andy Reid who claimed his last Superbowl victory back in 1997.

38-yard touchdown

Damien Williams put the cherry on top of the Chiefs victory with a brilliant 38-yard touchdown run.

The touchdown made a 49ers comeback almost impossible, completing the scoreline for Super Bowl LIV.

Watch it here:

Half Time show:

The half time show is always a spectacle and this year Shakira and J-Lo lead the entertainment.

They included a tribute to Kobe Bryant who sadly passed away in a helicopter accident last week.

The duo performed 20 songs inside 12 minutes to a packed out crowd.

Embed from Getty Images

The average cost for a 30-second commercial at half time was a huge $5.6m.

MVP Mahomes:

Patrick Mahomes inspired his side to a fourth quarter comeback to claim his first Super Bowl title.

The quarterback started of the scoring with the first touchdown of the evening in Miami.

With the miraculous comeback, Mahomes became the first quarterback to complete three double-digit comebacks in a single postseason.

Embed from Getty Images

He also became the youngest player to win the Super Bowl MVP at age just 24.

Keep up to date throughout the day with all your sport news with our live blog.

The second lowest Super Bowl attendance

It may have been one of the most entertaining Super Bowls ever, but it was only attended by 62, 147 inside the Hard Rock Stadium.

It was the second lowest number of spectators that the Super Bowl has seen with only Super Bowl 1 having a smaller crowd.

The ground was a complete sell-out though with the demand for tickets extremely high at Miami Gardens.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *