San Francisco turns around Detroit to get into the Super Bowl with the Chiefs – El Sol de México

Again, San Francisco 49ers they advanced to superbowl after leaving the Detroit Lions on the road and the only obstacle left for them to win the Vince Lombardi are the Kansas City Chiefs by Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.

Hand in hand with a spectacular somersault in the second half, the San Francisco 49ers They will return to the big game after beating (34-31) the Detroit Lions in the final of the National Conference.

Kyle Shanahan and his players will have the opportunity to get rid of the thorn after the superbowl who lost in 2020, where Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs beat them to the Vince Lombardi. Now they will meet again in the 58th edition in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The game was divided into two parts, one for each team. During the first half, Detroit dominated on both sides of the field.

The offense led by Jared Goff passed over what was theoretically the best defense in the league to stop the running game, and it was precisely in that way that Dan Campbell tried to surpass the leader of the NFC.

Between David Montgomery and Jahmyr Gibbs they surpassed 100 rushing yards, with one annotation each. Levis Stadium could not believe the visitor’s performance, which went into halftime with a 17-point lead (24-7).

But the scenario changed for the complement. Now it was San Francisco who took over the moment, with luck on his side. First a carom allowed the 49ers score a touchdown in the hands of receiver Brandon Aiyuk.

On the next offensive series, rookie running back Gibbs made a childish mistake. To lose the ball on their own playing field, an action that the locals did not waste and tied with the second score of the game for Christian McCaffrey. One quarter was enough for the 49ers to even the score.

Already in the final episode, Brock Purdy took the ball into his kicker’s territory. Jake Moody, who hit a 33-yard attempt to give them the lead for the first time in the game. The Levis exploded, with the superbowl in sight.

When it seemed like the Lions were on the ropes, Campbell returned to the bases. He used the ground attack to move the chains and get into the scoring zone. But he decided to play a fourth down in an area where they could have tied it with a 48-yard attempt.

The aggressiveness in Detroit’s game took its toll on them. Not only did they go blank. Instead, San Francisco began running the ball between Purdy and McCaffrey, so Elijah Mitchell scored the winning touchdown.

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That’s where the NFC’s “dark horse” dream ended. In the last minute, the Lions scored another TD that only served to make the score more decent.

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