This Sunday (11), the Kansas City Chiefs won the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in Super Bowl LVIII and won the fourth title of NFL of the franchise’s history. It was the second in a row and now the objective seems to make even more history: to be the first three-time champion.
At least, that’s what Travis Kelce promises.
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“The goal has always been to win three in a row. But we can’t get three without winning the second. We’ve had the target on our backs all season,” said the tight end in the on-field interview after the title.
“I love these guys. The guys we won together, we’re family forever. We’ll have a chance to win a third in a row. We’ll party in Las Vegas and come back to win. Believe me, friends! See you next year.”
The Chiefs became the eighth team to win two Super Bowls in a row. Never in history has a franchise managed to line up three Vince Lombardi trophies.