The Patrick Mahomes’ Kansas City Chiefs, current champions of the NFLthey will fight tonight in Las Vegas against the San Francisco 49ers in a Super Bowl which promises strong emotions, including the expected presence of Taylor Swift to encourage her partner, Travis Kelce.
In that framework, Joe Thuneyfigure of KansasHe remembered Lionel Messi and the Argentine National Team in the run-up to the big event, and recorded a video with a special dedication to the Argentine ten.
Joe Thuney’s message to Lionel Messi
“Hello everyone in Argentina. I’m Joe Thuney from the Kansas Chiefs and thank you very much for your support.”the native of Centerville, Ohiowhile talking to the No Huddle site.
And he completed by referring to obtaining the Argentine National Team and the figure of the current player of the Inter Miami, Lionel Messi: “Congratulations on the World Cup and Messi”.
How Kanzas City and San Francisco 49ers arrive
Chiefs and 49ers they will meet again in a superbowl which has all the ingredients to become a classic.
Kansas City is present in the final for the fourth time in the last five seasons, with victories in 2020 and 2023 and a painful defeat in 2021 against Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The dynasty of Chiefs It would be officially inaugurated with a third ring that would also make them the first franchise to retain the championship since Brady achieved it with the New England Patriots between 2003 and 2004.
The crash is also key for Mahomes who, at 28 years old, aspires to continue on his way to the record of seven titles held by the already retired Brady.
The veteran coach Andy Reid, pillar of Kansas City’s successes along with Mahomes and Kelcesaid after Saturday’s final practice that his team is ready for the challenge.
“I was satisfied with what I saw,” he said. Reid, 65 years old. “I think they’re ready to go play.”
On the other hand, the prestigious technician Kyle Shanahan He is also confident that the 49ers can end their title drought and take revenge for the defeat they suffered against the Chiefs in the 2020 Super Bowl.
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