He Super Bowl LVIII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers has left its mark in the NFL history books, Well, not only did it become the longest field goal in the league, it also broke another record.
In a game full of drama and somersaults, the Chiefs were able to get their fourth Vince Lombardi after beating San Francisco 25-22 again in a Super Bowl. With this Patrick Mahomes got his third Super Bowl ring along with Travis Kelce, Mecole Hardman and Andy Reid.
The game turned out to be very attractive and also historic because the figures left by the match have changed certain records. In the first instance, Jake Moody had surpassed the mark for the longest field goal in history after connecting with a 54-yarder. Later, Harrison Butcker dethroned him in the same game after scoring a 57-yarder.
The novelty was not only that, because Super Bowl LVIII became the longest in history, as it lasted 74 minutes of play, leaving behind Super LI between Patriots and Falcons, which lasted 64 minutes.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the NFL, the Super Bowls mentioned above have been the only ones in history to go to overtime.
On the other hand, the game between the Falcons and Patriots continues with another record, as it was the largest comeback by a team in the history of the Super Bowl. Well, the Patriots were 28 to 3 behind the Falcons. Situation that Tom Brady saw as another challenge in his career, and like many others, he overcame it with calm and experience. In that game, Bill Belichick’s team overcame a 25-point deficit.