Tampa Bay Buccaneers made history on Monday as they beat Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV at the Raymon James Stadium, Tampa.

While this was Tom Brady‘s record seventh Super Bowl win, it was the second in Tampa Bay’s history according to The New York Times. 43-year-old Brady completely outplayed his counterpart, Patrick Mahomes to power Buccaneers to the title after signing a two-year deal with them last year. 

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According to CBS News, the first half saw Tom Brady hooking up with former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski for a Buccaneers touchdown. It was followed by another touchdown by by the duo, which extended the Buccaneers lead to 14-3. Brady finished 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns. 

Leonard Fournette, who was let go by the Jacksonville Jaguars before this season, had a rushing scoreand 89 yards, He also had four touchdowns in the playoffs. 

Earlier, Buccaneers became the first team in NFL history to play in a Super Bowl in their own backyard

According to AFP, Buccaneers’ win against Green Bay Packers prior to the Super Bowl, was a vindication of Brady’s decision to leave the New England Patriots in March last year after a glorious two-decade career in New England that resulted in six Super Bowl wins.

Chiefs failed to become the first team after Patriots to win back-to-back titles as they never got an opportunity to get their high-powered offense going. Mahomes finished the game 26 for 49 passing and 270 yards with two interceptions.