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Kansas City Chiefs charge back to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 to secure their first Super Bowl win in 50 YEARS {VIDEO}

Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes celebrate after defeating San Francisco 49ers by 31 - 20 in Super Bowl LIVThe Kansas City Chiefs came back from a late 20-10 deficit to beat the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20, in Super Bowl LIV, marking the franchise's first title in 50 years 

  • After throwing a pair of costly interceptions in the second half, Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes threw key touchdown passes to Travis Kelce and Damien Williams, the latter of whom sealed the win with a TD run
  • San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo had a chance to engineer a game-winning drive in Miami, just as franchise legend Joe Montana did in Super Bowl XXIII in January of 1989, but fell short in the fourth quarter 
  • Chiefs coach Andy Reid was doused with Gatorade following his first Super Bowl victory 
  • Despite an up-and-down performance, Mahomes was named Super Bowl LIV Most Valuable Player 

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is dunked with Gatorade by his players Jordan Lucas (24) and Cameron Erving (75) in the fourth quarter in Super Bowl LIV

Patrick Mahomes led Kansas City to three touchdowns in the final 6:13, and the Chiefs overcame a double-digit deficit for the third postseason game in a row to earn the historic victory.  Despite an up-and-down performance, Mahomes was named Super Bowl LIV Most Valuable Player. 

Chiefs coach Andy Reid earned his 222nd career victory, and his first in a Super Bowl. 

Mahomes cut San Francisco's lead to 20-17 with a one-yard touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce in the fourth quarter. One drive later, Mahomes found Damien Williams on a five-yard touchdown pass that was upheld by review, giving 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo a little more than two minutes to save his team's season. 

Unfortunately for San Francisco, Kansas City forced a turnover on downs and regained possession with just over a minute to play and Williams followed with a 38-yard touchdown run and a 31-20 lead. 

Garoppolo tossed his second and final interception on the ensuing drive and Kansas City knelt to kill the clock and secure coach Andy Reid's first Super Bowl title.   

Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes celebrate after defeating San Francisco 49ers by 31 - 20 in Super Bowl LIV
Demarcus Robinson #11 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV

Demarcus Robinson #11 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is dunked with Gatorade by his players Jordan Lucas (24) and Cameron Erving (75) in the fourth quarter in Super Bowl LIV

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is dunked with Gatorade by his players Jordan Lucas (24) and Cameron Erving (75) in the fourth quarter in Super Bowl LIV 

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday

Chiefs running back Damien Williams (26) celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the four quarter against the 49ers
Chiefs running back Damien Williams (26) celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the four quarter against the 49ers
San Francisco 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore celebrates after picking off Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes in the fourth quarter

San Francisco 49ers safety Tarvarius Moore celebrates after picking off Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes in the fourth quarter

Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates after a touchdown of his team against the Kansas City Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes (15) reacts during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl 54 football game against the San Francisco 49ers

Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (left) has a touchdown pass while his counterpart Patrick Mahomes has a pair of picks 

Mahomes' first touchdown pass of the game followed 17 straight points from the 49ers, including a one yard-touchdown run from running back Raheem Mostert, the second of kicker Robbie Gould's two field goals, and a touchdown pass from Garoppolo to to fullback Kyle Juszczyk in the second quarter.  

After a first quarter field goal from Gould, Kansas City had pulled ahead in the second quarter on a one-yard quarterback sneak from Mahomes and a 31-yard field goal by Harrison Butker. 

Mahomes's touchdown run capped a 15-play, 75-yard drive that nearly ended when he fumbled on the 49ers' three-yard line. However, the ball went out of bounds, which set up a fourth down. Fortunately for Kansas City, running back Damien Williams was able to keep the drive going with a one-yard run for a first down, and three plays later, Mahomes found his way into the end zone.

He pushed the Chiefs deep into 49ers' territory on Kansas City's next drive after Garoppolo was picked off by Bashaud Breeland. Ultimately the Chiefs' settled for Butker's 31-yard field goal.    

Niners safety Tarvarius Moore picked of Mahomes in the fourth quarter on a pass that deflected off the hands of Kansas City's Tyreek Hill. San Francisco linebacker Fred Warner had his own interception in the third quarter. 

Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes celebrates scoring their first touchdown with teammates

Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes celebrates scoring their first touchdown with teammates

Kyle Juszczyk of the San Francisco 49ers scores on a 15-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter of Super Bowl LIV

Kyle Juszczyk of the San Francisco 49ers scores on a 15-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter of Super Bowl LIV

Mahomes and the Chiefs offense did not get off to an encouraging start, though, going three and out on the game's opening drive before punting down to San Francisco's 18-yard line. 

Niners receiver Deebo Samuel responded with a pair of long runs totaling 39 yards on the 49ers' first drive, to push deep into Chiefs' territory. 

San Francisco's offense was ultimately stopped on a third and five from Kansas City's 20-yard line and settled for a 38-yard field goal by Robbie Gould and an early 3-0 lead.  The Chiefs have now given up the first score in all three of their playoff games this season.   

Unfortunately for the 49ers, their second drive was cut short when Garoppolo took a hit as he was throwing, and his pass was subsequently picked off by Kansas City's Breeland.

The 49ers have outgained the Chiefs 177-155 and seemed poised to take the lead when Garoppolo connected with tight end George Kittle on a 42-yard play that would have gotten San Francisco inside the Kansas City 15 with 6 seconds left. 

But Kittle was called for offensive pass interference to nullify the big play, the 49ers took a knee on the ensuing snap to run out the clock, and off to halftime they went.

This is the first time the Super Bowl was tied at the half since 2015, when Seattle and New England went into the break knotted at 14. 

49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel recorded a pair of long runs totaling 39 yards on the 49ers' first drive
49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel recorded a pair of long runs totaling 39 yards on the 49ers' first drive
Kansas City Chiefs fans were well aware that their team had not made it to the Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV in 1969

Kansas City Chiefs fans were well aware that their team had not made it to the Super Bowl since Super Bowl IV in 1969

San Francisco 49ers tight end Greg Kittle looks upfield after a first quarter reception

San Francisco 49ers tight end Greg Kittle looks upfield after a first quarter reception 

Kansas City Chiefs' Damien Williams was ruled just short of a touchdown, but Majomes would score two plays later

Kansas City Chiefs' Damien Williams was ruled just short of a touchdown, but Majomes would score two plays later 

San Francisco 49ers fans celebrate during the first half of Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida on Sunday

San Francisco 49ers fans celebrate during the first half of Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida on Sunday 

The teams line up during the tribute to Kobe Bryant and former Minnesota Vikings Hall of Famer, Chris Doleman

The teams line up during the tribute to Kobe Bryant and former Minnesota Vikings Hall of Famer, Chris Doleman

San Francisco's Richard Sherman showed up for the Super Bowl in a Bryant jersey, the start of numerous honors dedicated to the basketball legend on football´s biggest day. Among them: Players from the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers lined up for a moment of silence to commemorate all nine victims of last weekend´s helicopter crash, including Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.

The teams stood on their respective 24-yard lines - in tribute to Bryant's No. 24 jersey. Some fans at the game wore Lakers jerseys, and a few even had Bryant´s Lower Merion High School jersey.

'Ladies and gentlemen, please join in a moment of silence as the 49ers, Chiefs, and National Football League extend our deepest condolences to the friends and families of those lost this past week. ... They will never be forgotten,' was the message that blared through Hard Rock Stadium.

As that announcement was being made, two of the stadium´s four video screens showed an image of Bryant and the names of the other eight victims of the crash. The other two video screens showed an image of longtime Minnesota Vikings star and Pro Football Hall of Famer Chris Doleman, who also died last week.

Sherman also appeared on Fox´s pregame show to read a poem called 'Dear Football' - adapting most of what he said from Bryant´s 'Dear Basketball' poem that he penned as a way of announcing that the 2015-16 season would be his last with the Lakers and in the NBA.

'I played through the sweat and hurt. Not because challenge called me. But because YOU called me,' Sherman read, copying Bryant´s words exactly in that particular passage. 'I did everything for YOU. Because that´s what you do when someone makes you feel as alive as you´ve made me feel.'

During warmups at the Super Bowl, plenty of players wore cleats designed with various tributes to Bryant. San Francisco´s Dante Pettis had purple-and-gold ones with the words 'Mamba Out' - the final two words of Bryant´s retirement speech following his 60-point farewell game in 2016 - emblazoned on the sides. The 49ers´ Emmanuel Sanders wore a pair with the words 'Rest In Peace' and Kansas City´s Demarcus Robinson had images of Bryant and his number 24 on his cleats.

Players from the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers lined up for a moment of silence to commemorate all nine victims of last weekend´s helicopter crash, including Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna

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