The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl Champions for the second time ever and the first time in 50 years after beating the San Francisco 49ers 31-20.
Down 10 with 6:17 to go, the Chiefs rallied for 21 unanswered points to seal the win.
The 49ers were the first on the board with a 38-yard field goal by Robbie Gould. With the clock winding down in the first quarter, Kansas City answered with a touchdown by start QB Patrick Mahomes.
With 9:35 left in the half, Dustin Colquitt nailed a 31-yard FG to give the Chiefs a 10-3 lead. With just over five minutes to go in the half, the 49ers answered with a TD from Kyle Juszczyk, tying the game 10-10 going into halftime — the fourth time in history a Super Bowl has been tied at the break.
In the third, the 49ers outscored the Chiefs 10-0 with a FG and a touchdown by Raheem Mostert.
With just seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, Mahomes found Travis Kelce for a touchdown to bring the Chiefs within 3, 20-17.
Kansas City forced their first three-and-out on defense and got the ball back with 5:18 to go in the game.
On 3rd and Goal with 2:50, a 5-yard completion from Mahomes to Damien Williams put the Chiefs up 24-20.
The Chiefs then sacked Garoppolo on 4th and 10 with 1:25 to get the ball back. The Chiefs then scored in two plays capped by a 38-yard rush by Williams to lead 31-20.
With just under a minute to go, Kendall Fuller nabbed an interception to ice the game and seal a KC victory.*
(story and image borrowed from www.wibw.com)