Super Bowl LVII: Chiefs beat Eagles 38-35

Skyy Moore of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates his Super Bowl win.
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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 on Sunday night, winning Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona.

Early in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs took their first lead in the game, getting the score to 28-27 after quarterback Patrick Mahomes made a short pass to Kadarius Toney. Not long after, Skyy Moore made a 4-yard touchdown, giving the Chiefs a 35-27 lead. It didn't last long, after Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts scored his third rushing touchdown of the game, tying things up at 35-35 with 5:15 left on the clock. With just eight seconds left, Harrison Butker kicked a 27-yard field goal, breaking the 35-35 tie and giving the Chiefs their second Super Bowl title in four seasons.

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