Tampa Bay Buccaneers captain
Tom Brady on Monday won his seventh Super Bowl, the most by any player in the
NFL, as he raced past the reigning champions Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa for a total
score of 31-9.

43-year-old Brady, the oldest man to play the final so far, added another Super Bowl to win to his already existing six wins throughout a 21-year long career, ending at the same time a chance for the Kansas City Chiefs to get a back-to-back Super Bowl victory.

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Brady joined the Buccaneers in 2020, leaving his former club New England Patriots, and apparently brought instant success only a year later to the Tampa-based side as they tore through the Kansas City Chiefs defence on Monday.

Finishing his stint with the New England Patriots in 2020, the ace Quarterback set off for a new challenge, supposedly, as he picked up the Buccaneers as his next destination.

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“I’m so proud of all these guys. Everything we dealt with all year … but the team had a lot of confidence, we came together at the right time”, Brady was quoted by AFP as saying, also confirming of his career extension till next season.

The Super Bowl LV was deemed particularly significant, seeing as its occurrence after a particularly crucial year riddled with the coronavirus pandemic in the US, which also saw huge demonstrations around political, social and racial issues.

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In contrast to the expected super bowl classic, the match watched by 25,000 odd spectators – amongst whome 7,500 were healthcare workers – turned out to be quite one-sided, as the Buccaneers dominated the contest with a 21-6 score at the end of the first half.