Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl ring, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers blew out the defending-champion Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium.
Former New England Patriots pair, Brady and Rob Gronkowski, connected for two first-half touchdowns.
It saw them surpass Joe Montana and Jerry Rice for the most scores by a duo in playoff history (14) and Super Bowl history (five).
Tom Brady found Rob Gronkowski for a record-breaking second touchdown of the game
Brady capped a near-perfect half of football with a third scoring strike to Antonio Brown to see the Bucs up 21-6, while Leonard Fournette became the fourth Tampa Bay player not on their roster 12 months ago to find the endzone when he broke free for a 27-yard TD in the third quarter.
Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for a record-breaking fifth time, while Tampa Bay picked up their second Vince Lombardi Trophy having also won to cap the 2002 season.