Legendary quarterback Tom Brady has won an unprecedented sixth Super Bowl crown after guiding New England to a 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.
It wasn’t exactly a vintage performance from the 41-year-old as Super Bowl LIII descended into a defensive dog fight in Atlanta.
However Brady produced when it mattered most, connecting with fellow superstar Rob Gronkowski in a huge fourth-quarter play that led to the first and only touchdown of the match — scored by running back Sony Michel.
It was the first time in Super Bowl history a touchdown hadn’t been scored in the first thre quarters.
Brady clinched his sixth Super Bowl ring 17 years after his first, won in 2002.
Published by Staff Writers, 4th February 2019 on foxsports.com.au