The New England Patriots have beaten the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the 2019 Superbowl.
The result means the Patriots have equalled Pittsburgh Steelers’ record of six Super Bowl titles.
The victory also gave Patriots quarterback Tom Brady a sixth Super Bowl ring. This is the most for an individual player.
The score was just 3-0 until late in the third quarter through a Stephen Gostkowski’s 42-yard field goal.
The Rams came back through a 53-yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein.
The key point in the game came when Tom Brady lofted a perfect 34-yard pass to Rob Gronkowski to set up Sony Michel for the game’s only touchdown with seven minutes left.
Gostkowski added gloss with a late field goal as the Patriots ground out a hard-fought win.
Before the game the American National Anthem was performed by legendary soul singer Gladys Knight, while the traditional half-time show duties fell to Maroon 5.