Who won Super Bowl LVII MVP?

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All you need to know about who won the MVP award in Super Bowl LVII which was played in State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.

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Patrick Mahomes, the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl LVII after leading his team to a victory over the Philadelphia Eagles by a score of 38-35. Despite the fact that Mahomes was playing with an injured ankle, he was still able to take control of the game and win his second Super Bowl title overall in his career.

The second half was dominated by Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, who outscored the Philadelphia Eagles 24-11. Andy Reid’s brilliant play-calling helped Mahomes dismantle the Eagles’ defense. This is Mahomes’ second MVP award of the season as a few days ago he was named the league MVP, and now at just 27 years old, he has won the Super Bowl twice.

Jalen Hurts and the Eagles dominated the game throughout the first half, and it appeared as though they were going to pull away with a victory. However, the Chiefs staged a remarkable comeback and won Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs quarterback once again showed why he is the best in the world and led his team to another double-digit comeback win in a huge game.

The Kansas City Chiefs have surprised everyone by winning the Super Bowl this year, and they are well on their way to establishing a dynasty in the sport of American football. The presence of Mahomes and Andy Reid virtually ensures that this team will compete in multiple Super Bowls in the years to come.

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