A TD pass from Matthew to Cooper Kupp with less than two minutes left was the game-clinching play for Los Angeles.
With a dramatic final comeback, the Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 on Sunday at their brand new SoFi Stadium and won the second Super Bowl title in their history.
— NFL (@NFL) February 14, 2022
A touchdown by star receiver Cooper Kupp with a minute and 35 seconds remaining gave the Rams their first championship since 1999 when they were based in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Rams thus succeed Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL record, with whom they form an exclusive club of franchises that have lifted the Super Bowl title in their own stadium.
The Bengals, decimated by quarterback Joe Burrow’s physical problems in the last quarter, were the great sensation of the season, but saw how the first title in their history escaped them at the last breath.
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