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Football VIDEOs/PhOtOs- Patriots Win Super Bowl XLIX

Patriots Deflate Seattle: Brady Leads Team to Record Fourth Super Bowl Win After Nail-Biting Finale With a Cruel Interception and a Brawl





New England Patriots..28.. Seattle Seahawks..24

  • New England Patriots beat Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday
  • Rookie Malcolm Butler intercepted quarterback Russell Wilson at the last second, paving way for 28-24 victory
  • Seattle head coach Pete Carroll's decision to have Wilson throw the ball instead of running it was immediately criticized by furious fans and baffled experts
  • Brady, who attributed win to 'mental toughness', had previously hit Julian Edelman for a three-yard touchdown
  • Speaking after game, Butler told press: 'I just had a vision that I was going to make a big play and it came true'
  • Patriots owner, Robert Kraft, 73, joined at game by 34-year-old girlfriend, said he was 'proud' and 'loved' team
  • Game in Arizona attended by numerous celebrities, including John Legend, Idina Menzel and Paul McCartney
  • At half-time, Katy Perry gave 12-minute performance, during which she twerked with Lenny Kravitz
  • With just seconds left to go, massive brawl broke out: Seahawks' Bruce Irwin was ejected for instigating the fight
Daily Mail UK, 2 Feb 2015


Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have beaten the Seattle Seahawks in a nail-biting game to secure a historic fourth Super Bowl win with the New England Patriots.
The Patriots clinched the 28-24 victory when rookie Malcolm Butler intercepted a pass from Seattle's Russell Wilson at the New England end zone in the final seconds of the game.
Speaking after Sunday's highly-anticipated game, Butler told reporters: 'I just had a vision that I was going to make a big play and it came true.'
Meanwhile, the team's owner, Robert Kraft, 73, joined at the game, by his 34-year-old girlfriend, Ricki Noel Lander, said he was proud of his team.
'I love our team, I'm proud of our guys and we're going to carry on and hopefully do well,' Kraft said as he headed over to congratulate his players.

The Patriots' win comes amid the deflate-gate scandal, which saw the team accused of deliberately under-inflating the footballs used in their AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts on January 18 this year.

But addressing the media about a more positive issue - the team's victory - on Sunday night, Belichick, who is the league's longest-tenured active head coach, said: 'We've got a great team, they played well again tonight. I'm so proud of all these players. I love these guys.'
Star quarterback Brady, who was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time following the Patriots' win, attributed the team's success to a 'lot of mental toughness', saying he and his teammates had 'never doubted each other' and had been prepared to face a 'great' rival.
Holding the Vince Lombardi Trophy aloft, an elated Brady thanked his family, friends and fans, saying: 'This is for you guys.' He was later pictured receiving a kiss from his wife, Gisele Bundchen, and son Jack, who watched the game alongside more than 100million people worldwide.
As the game came to a close, Brady, who threw a record four touchdowns, hit Julian Edelman for a three-yard touchdown that took their score to 28 against the Seahawks' 24. However, it was Butler's last-second interception that prevented the Seahawks from coming out victorious.

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Victorious: Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots have beaten the Seattle Seahawks in a nail-biting game to secure their fourth Super Bowl win. Above, an elated Brady is pictured holding the Super Bowl XLIX trophy aloft following the team's 28-24 victory






Victorious: Brady, who was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time, is pictured hugging his teammate, running back Brandon Bolden




Coach and player: Speaking on Sunday night, Belichick (pictured being embraced by Brady), who is the league's longest-tenured active head coach, told reporters: 'We've got a great team, they played well again tonight. I'm so proud of all these players. I love these guys'







Family: Brady attributed the team's success to a 'lot of mental toughness', saying he and his teammates had 'never doubted each other' and had been prepared to face a 'great' rival. Above, he is seen receiving a kiss from wife, Gisele Bundchen , and son, Benjamin




Not so happy: The Seahawks' Richard Sherman's face said it all on Sunday night as his team was trumped by the New England Patriots





Celebrating: After Patriots rookie Malcolm Butler intercepted quarterback Russell Wilson at the last second, the team was able to power its way to a 28-24 victory. Above, Patriots strong safety, Duron Harmon, is pictured rolling on the field after the second half of the event





Overjoyed: Defensive end Chandler Jones walks through silver streamers as he celebrates his team's win over the Seattle Seahawks








In good spirits: Linebacker Jonathan Casillas is pictured standing amid streamers (left), while Belichick celebrates with NFL colleagues





Stadium: The Patriots' win comes amid the Deflategate scandal, which has made headlines across the world. The NFL team has been accused of deliberately or negligently under-inflating the footballs used in their AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts





Super brawl: With just seconds left to go in the game, the tension got to players on both sides and a brawl (pictured) broke out. During the fight, punches were thrown by both teams. The Seahawks’ Bruce Irvin was later ejected from the game for instigating the fight








Getting a bit too close: Players are pictured brawling in the final quarter of the game (left) at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona, while the Seahawks' Richard Sherman and his ex-teammate Brandon Browner, of the New England Patriots, are seen exchanging words








Delighted: Rob Gronkowski holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Seahawks as TV personality Dan Patrick looks on





Happy: Gronkowski sticks out his tongue as he is handed the trophy following the victory, which is the Patriots' fourth Super Bowl win





Cheerleaders: Patriots cheerleaders are seen celebrating their team's success, which was confirmed by Butler's last-second interception








Stars: Kraft is pictured holding up the Super Bowl XLIX trophy, while Brady poses with his wife Gisele and sons Benjamin and Jack





Two famous faces: Brady is pictured being congratulated by Mark Wahlberg following his win in the Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday night





Celebrating together: The actor was one of numerous celebrities to attend the event. Others included Britney Spears and Paul McCartney







Mother and son: Brady was pictured leaping for joy on the Patriots sideline following Butler's interception. 'It wasn't the way we drew it up,' said 37-year-old Brady, who is pictured kissing his mother, Galynn, following the nail-biting game at the University of Phoenix Stadium





Emotional: Brady, pictured hugging his niece Maya, was described by his teammate Edelmen as 'the greatest quarterback on the planet'





Teary-eyed: Brady appeared emotional as he spoke to the media after the game. He revealed his teammates had 'never doubted each other'





Paving the way for the victory: As the game came to a close, Brady, hit Julian Edelman for a touchdown that took their score to 28 against the Seahawks' 24. However, it was Malcolm Butler's last-second interception (pictured) that prevented the Seahawks from winning





Interception: Indeed, the Seahawks' decision to throw the ball on the one-yard-line - which led to the rookie's game-ending interception against Russell Wilson - was immediately criticized by both furious fans and baffled sports hosts, with many deeming it a 'stupid' move





The Patriots' Chris Jones (number 94) reacts after Butler (third right, on ground) interceptions the pass in the final seconds of the game





Eye of the tiger: During the half time show, Katy Perry entertained crowds and millions of viewers across the world with a 12-minute performance that saw her dance provocatively with rock star Lenny Kravitz and ride on the back of a silver mechanical tiger (pictured)





Half-time performance: Perry is pictured dancing provocatively with Lenny Kravitz in a flame-themed dress during the half-time show








Colorful: During the show, Perry wore an array of flamboyant outfits, including this fire-themed dress (left) and this beach one (right)





Dazzling: The award-winning singer soars above the crowd on a star-themed platform as she performs 'Firework' at the half-time show





Indeed, the Seahawks' decision to throw the ball on the one-yard-line - which led to the rookie's game-ending interception against Russell Wilson - was immediately criticized by both furious fans and baffled sports hosts, with many deeming it a 'stupid' move that paved the way for the Patriots' victory.
Brady was pictured leaping for joy on the Patriots sideline following Butler's interception. 'It wasn't the way we drew it up,' said 37-year-old Brady, described by his teammate Edelmen after the game as 'the greatest quarterback on the planet'.

The Seahawks had previously come roaring back in the second half of the game after making the most of a second interception on Brady. As the second half got underway, wide receiver Doug Baldwin scored the team's third touchdown on the back of an easy pass from Russell Wilson.
It followed a field goal that had been brought alive by a 44-yard catch by wide receiver Chris Matthews, who had been working at Foot Locker when the Seahawks recruited him. Baldwin's touchdown also came seconds after Brady had tried - and failed - to force a pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski.
To Brady's dismay, Bobby Wager stepped in front of the throw and picked it off. After Baldwin's touchdown, the Seahawks were leading 24-14.

However, the Patriots refused to give up - with Danny Amendola scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter following a four-yarder by Brady. With minutes left in the game, the team trailed by just three points, with the score standing at 24-21. However, they then surged back into the lead.
With just seconds left to go in the game, the tension got to players on both sides and a brawl broke out. During the fight, punches were thrown by both teams. The Seahawks’ Bruce Irvin was later ejected from the game for instigating the fight, and the Patriots then went on to win.

The 49th Super Bowl was attended by numerous celebrities, including Mark Wahlberg, Britney Spears and her boyfriend, Charlie Ebersol, John Travolta, Will Ferrell, Kenny Chesney and Paul McCartney, as well as John Legend, who opened with a beautiful rendition of 'America The Beautiful'.
Legend was followed by Broadway star Idina Menzel, who performed the national anthem. During the half time show, Katy Perry entertained crowds with a 12-minute performance that saw her dance provocatively with rock star Lenny Kravitz and ride on the back of a silver mechanical tiger.





Class act: Richard Sherman, known for his outspoken antics, was quick to congratulate Tom Brady for winning Super Bowl XLIX




Touchdown! The Seahawks made the most of New England Patriots star Tom Brady's second interception during the second half of the Super Bowl XLIX. Wide receiver Doug Baldwin (pictured) scored the team's third touchdown on the back of a pass from Russell Wilson





Celebration: Seconds earlier, Brady had tried - and failed - to force a pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski. To Brady's dismay, Bobby Wager stepped in front of the throw and picked it off. Above, Wagner is pictured celebrating after intercepting Brady's pass during the game





Not giving up: However, the Patriots did not give up - with Danny Amendola then scoring a touchdown following a pass by Tom Brady





Equalizer: The Seattle Seahawks were tying with the Patriots at halftime after scoring a touchdown just seconds before the whistle sounded. Above, the Seahawks' Chris Matthews is pictured catching the team's second touchdown against the Patriots' Logan Ryan





Triumphant: Matthews is pictured holding the ball into the air after scoring the touchdown at the University of Phoenix stadium in Arizona





Applause: Matthews equalized the score after scoring a daring touchdown in the final seconds of the first half to loud cheers (pictured)








Shortly before Matthews's touchdown, the Patriots had soared into the lead again after Brady threw a high pass to Rob Gronkowski, who held onto the ball as he fell to the ground. Above, Gronkowski is pictured scoring his touchdown and holding the ball aloft





Touchdown! During the second quarter, Matthews threw the ball to Marshawn Lynch, who then scored a three-yard touchdown (pictured)





Painful: As the second quarter got underway, Brady, who is fighting for his legacy, threw the game's first interception to Jeremy Lane. Cornerback Lane was then tackled and fell to the ground hand-first (pictured) He was driven off the field by cart and is 'unlikely' to return





FIghting for his legacy: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (center, number 12) hands the ball to LeGarrette Blount (left, number 29) during the Super Bowl LXIX, which is expected to attract a whopping 115 million viewers, or about one in three people across America





Taking center stage: Brady throws a pass during the Super Bowl LXIX following a build-up overshadowed by the Deflategate scandal








Face-to-face: Seahawks star Russell Wilson (left, number three) throws the ball on the field, while Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola (right, number 80) carries the ball past cornerback Richard Sherman, whose long-term girlfriend, Ashley Moss, is nine months' pregnant





As of noon Sunday, the cheapest ticket on StubHub was $11,490 for a seat in the upper tier of the stadium, just shy of the halfway line





Singer: The event was attended by numerous celebrities, including Mark Wahlberg, Britney Spears and her boyfriend, Charlie Ebersol, and John Legend, who opened with a beautiful rendition of 'America The Beautiful'. Above, Legend is pictured singing at his black piano






Singer: Legend waves to the crowd and millions of viewers following his performance. He was dressed in a black leather jacket and T-shirt




National icon: Legend was followed by Broadway star Idina Menzel (pictured), who performed the national anthem while dressed in black






Cheerleaders: Brady runs past cheerleaders just minutes before the highly-anticipated game at the Arizona-based stadium on Sunday





Support: The Seahawks' cheerleaders perform during the Super Bowl XLIX, which was watched by millions of people across the world



As the second quarter got underway, Brady, who was fighting for his legacy against the Seahawks, threw the game's first interception to Jeremy Lane.
Cornerback Lane was then tackled and fell to the ground hand-first. He was driven off the field by cart and replaced by Tharold Simon.
However, Brady quickly overcame the early interception to throw the game's first touchdown, caught by the team's wide receiver Brandon LaFell.
But minutes later, the Seahawks' Chris Matthews threw the ball to running back Marshawn Lynch, who bulldozed his way to a three-yard touchdown.
Shortly after, the Patriots soared into the lead again after Brady threw a high pass to Rob Gronkowski, who held onto the ball as he fell to the ground.
And then, Matthews equalized the score after scoring a daring touchdown against the Patriots in the final seconds of the first half to loud cheers.
It meant the team's were tying - with a score of 14-14 - at half-time. The Patriots, who went on to claim a further 14 points, saw their unbeaten season ruined in the 2007 Super Bowl by the Giants. They also fell to the Giants for the 2011 title.

Earlier in the day, Robert Kraft, the Patriots' owner, and his team were pictured arriving at the University of Phoenix Stadium following a week that has seen his organisation become the center of the media's attention. Kraft, 73, was accompanied by his 34-year-old girlfriend, Ricki Noel Lander.





Dressed for the occasion: Fans of the Seahawks cheer during the Super Bowl while donning bright body paint and colorful clothing








Rivals: A Patriots fan is pictured speaking to reports outside the stadium (left), while a Seahawks fan dresses up as the Incredible Hulk





Mohawk: A Seahawks fan with a blue mohawk hairstyle is pictured making his way to the University of Phoenix Stadium before the game





In wigs: Seahawks fan Cotton Kilne arrives at the stadium with a friend. Hundreds of people had painted their faces for the event





Supporting her team: Seahawks fan Stacy Fender looks around the University of Phoenix Stadium before the game against the Patriots





Young fan: Jack Bennett dons a bright blue wig as he makes his way to the stadium ahead of the highly-anticipated game in Arizona





Paying tribute to his hero: A man dons an animal headpiece featuring a packet of Skittles in honor of the Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch, who has a tendency to indulge in the colorful sweets before games. Indeed, Lynch was pictured eating Skittles before the Super Bowl XLIX





Showing her support: Another Seahawks fan sports carefully-decorated nails ahead of the game, broadcast to millions of viewers globally





Supporting the other side: New England Patriot fans with brightly pained faces, pose for a picture before the start of the Super Bowl





Celebrity appearance: Die -hard Patriots fan Mark Wahlberg waves to crowds as he walks alongside the field



Meanwhile, the Seahawks - led by quarterback Russel Wilson and cornerback Richard Sherman, whose long-term girlfriend, Ashley Moss, is nine months' pregnant - were seen walking off their team bus dressed in black suits, before heading out onto the field to warm up in football attire.
The highly-paid players joined thousands of football fans who descended on Phoenix for the big game amid tight security. A staggering 4,000 private security personnel have been deployed to the game, while almost 3,000 members of the city's police force are believed to be on duty.

The extravaganza was expected to draw a whopping 115 million viewers - or about one in three Americans - gathering at countless parties across the country. As of noon Sunday, the cheapest ticket on StubHub was $11,490 for a seat in the upper tier of the stadium, just shy of the halfway line.

On Sunday evening, just minutes before the game, Seahawks running back, Marshawn Lynch, was pictured warming up in a pair of Nike gold cleats, despite having been warned he could be banned from the game if he wore the $1,100 shoes, which go against the NFL's regulations.
Although Lynch - dubbed 'Beast Mode' by fans - made sure he took off the cleats in time for the game, he was seen sporting footwear with a golden underside in what many considered an act of the defiance against the league. He was also seen popping a few Skittles into his mouth before the game.

Another eye-catching sight was the sparkling football-themed outfit worn by Johnny Weir, who was joined by co-host Tara Lipinski





Security: Police armed with machine guns and sporting bullet proof vests arrive with gear at University of Phoenix Stadium before the NFL Super Bowl





Presence: Thousands of law enforcement personnel will be on hand in a bid to protect fans and avoid potential threats





Safety: Armed members of security pause in front of University of Phoenix Stadium in their bullet proof vests






As early as Sunday morning, loyal followers of the Seattle Seahawks - looking to win back-to-back championships - and the Patriots had flocked to the stadium sporting football shirts, wacky hairstyles and bright face paint to attend fan fests and take in the atmosphere in the build-up to the big game.

Black Hawk helicopters and 'truck-sized' x-ray machines were drafted in as part of a huge operation at the University of Phoenix Stadium. They are believed to have transported from Tuscon, one of the country's hotspots for drug and immigrant smuggling.

For the duration of the event, the Federal Aviation Authority has imposed strict flight restrictions and a 'no drone zone' around the stadium, while Homeland Security has set up social media scanners to highlight online threats.

Deadly shootings in Paris and the recent arrest of suspects in Belgium, Greece and Germany have heightened fears of more attacks around the world, and social media accounts linked to Middle East militant groups have carried a number of threats to attack high-profile U.S. events.

Federal security officials have said U.S. agencies are unaware of any specific or credible terrorist threat against the Super Bowl. Johnson echoed that on Wednesday. At a news conference, NFL Chief Security Officer Jeffrey Miller said: 'Most items cannot be carried into the stadium.'

Only clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags measuring 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches, or 1-gallon freezer bags, would be permitted, as well as small clutch bags 'approximately the size of a hand,' he said.
Coolers, backpacks, computer and camera bags, and all other kinds of luggage have been prohibited, as are bottles and beverages including alcohol, camcorders, food, fireworks, Frisbees and umbrellas, according to an NFL list.
Exceptions were made for medically necessary items, after an inspection at a specially designated stadium gate.

'While the level of security is high, there should only be a moderate inconvenience for our fans: a very small price to pay,' Miller said.
Debora Black, chief of the Glendale Police Department, said that while most people viewed the Super Bowl as an exciting finale to the football season, others saw the event as a target.
'We are confident that we are prepared to identify and protect against any threat,' Black said. 'While the world is focused on the (Phoenix-area) Valley for this week, we have been focused on this week for over a year.'

Super Bowl security officials acknowledge the NFL championship game represents a high profile target on a world stage but are unaware of any specific credible threats against Sunday's showcase.

Seattle won the prestigious title last year, and after a last-gasp overtime victory against Green Bay Packers 28-22, they advanced to their second consecutive Super Bowl.
New England Patriots made it by brushing aside Indianapolis Colts 45-7 in a game overshadowed by the ensuing Deflategate scandal.
This year's championship comes with the National Football League battling back from a season of turmoil, accused of complacency and even conspiracy in its handling of issues ranging from domestic violence to concussion dangers.

The latest controversy - accusations that the New England Patriots intentionally deflated footballs - has dominated news coverage in the days leading up to the game.
Some novice football fans tuned in mostly for the much-anticipated halftime show, which this year featured pop princess Katy Perry and Lenny Kravitz.





Security operation: With the Phoenix skyline in the background, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Black Hawk helicopter flies above University of Phoenix Stadium. They have been brought in from Tuscon and usually deal with drug and immigrant smuggling


Perry, known for her flamboyant costumes and hits like 'Firework,' 'California Gurls' and 'Dark Horse,' earlier hinted her performance could feature a surprise guest, but promised clean, family-friendly fun.
Past shows have been marred by infamous nipple-baring 'wardrobe malfunctions' or crude gestures that provoked ire from some of the massive television audience.

Over nachos, chili and beer, viewers will also see much-buzzed about commercials, some of the most expensive air time on the market, with this year's line-up featuring spots from Toyota, Budweiser and Victoria's Secret.
More than 70 advertisers paid a reported $4.5 million for 30 seconds of air time during Sunday's football classic.


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