Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Brady rewrote the history books with his seventh Super Bowl ring in Sunday's 31-9 win over Kansas City Chiefs.
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Tom Brady sent records tumbling as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defied the pre-game odds to win Super Bowl 55 on their own patch on Sunday.
The Bucs clinched their second-ever championship with a blowout victory over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium.
Brady’s influence was apparent all night but nothing quite emphasised that point like the identity of the three touchdown scorers, who all moved to Tampa off the back of Brady’s transfer in March.
Rob Gronkowski (two), Antonio Brown and Leonard Fournette put the game well beyond the Chiefs as Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for a record fifth time.
To put that into perspective, only five players in NFL history have more than one Super Bowl MVP award. Joe Montana (three) is the only other player with more than two.
Below, we pull out some of the most significant records set by Brady in Tampa on Sunday.
- Most Super Bowl wins: Seven
- Most Super Bowl MVP awards: Five
- Oldest quarterback to win Super Bowl (43), Bruce Arians oldest coach (68)
- First quarterback to win a Super Bowl in three decades
- First quarterback to win a Super Bowl in the AFC and NFC
- Brady joins Peyton Manning as only starting quarterbacks to win Super Bowls with two franchises
- Bucs become only team to win a Super Bowl on their home turf