There was plenty to celebrate in the AFC championship in New Orleans last week.
But the game’s most exciting moment was the one played in front of a packed stadium.
The Super Bowl was held in New York City on February 11, 2020.
And there was a special moment that will live on in people’s minds for decades.
Here are five things to know and remember about the Super Bowl in New Angeles.1.
It was the biggest event in New England Patriots history.
The New England Revolution defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 29-20, in the second half of the Super Cup final on Sunday.
The Patriots won the game despite losing quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, who had surgery on a torn ACL on Sunday night.
They also overcame an early deficit to beat the New York Jets 38-28.2.
There were five Super Bowls played in New Jersey.
The first game in New Britain, which hosted the first Super Bowl, in 1905, featured a doubleheader.
The second game, played in Canton, Ohio, in 1920, featured the Patriots beating the Browns in the opening game.
The Patriots went on to beat New York Giants 28-17 in the third game of the series.
The third game, a rematch in Cantons-area New England, was played in Buffalo in 1921.
The New England Eagles defeated the Buffalo Bills 28-21 in the fourth game.3.
There was an emotional scene in the stadium.
After a victory against the Baltimore Colts, the New England crowd erupted in cheers and clapping.
A woman was rushed to the hospital after she collapsed.
She was in a coma for three days.
The team had to play another six days in a hospital, but the fans stayed positive.
The crowd was so strong that the doctors were unable to stop them.4.
The fans loved it.
A lot of the Patriots fans stayed in the stands and even wore a special orange and blue Patriots shirt.
The players loved it as well.
Tom Brady, who led the team with 20 touchdowns, was in the crowd, as was Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.
Brady said the team will probably be wearing orange and green shirts for the rest of the season.5.
It brought a lot of excitement to New England.
The city has hosted the Super and AFC championships in each of the last two decades.
The last Super Bowl took place in the city in 2018.