Super Bowl 2015: Patriots win their first title in 10 years after beating Seahawks with 28-24
The New England Patriots have won their first Super Bowl in 10 years after beating the Seattle Seahawks with 28-24 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
The Patriots are being investigated over allegations they under-inflated balls in beating the Indianapolis Colts to reach the showpiece event.
Despite trailing 24-14, they rallied to become the first team in Super Bowl history to trail by double digits in the second half and win.
The Patriots took the lead with two minutes left and held on for victory.
The New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the most valuable player of Sunday’s Super Bowl, with the 37-year-old throwing four touchdown passes, including two in the fourth quarter.
He set a new record for career Super Bowl touchdown passes with 13 to break the old mark held by his childhood idol Joe Montana. Tom Brady’s 37 completions also set a new Super Bowl record.
Pop star Katy Perry was the star attraction at the half-time and she was joined by special guests Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott.
Katy Perry entered the pitch on a giant golden robotic lion as she sang her hit Roar before Lenny Kravitz provided some rock and Missy Elliott some hip-hop.
The climax saw Katy Perry lifted 50 feet off the ground by a mechanical contraption and she sang Firework as she floated above the pitch.
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