Twelve hours later, Patrick Mahomes still could not find any better words to describe how it felt to fulfil a lifelong goal. After steering the Kansas City Chiefs to a comeback win over the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday night’s Super Bowl, he had described the moment as “surreal”. Collecting his award as the game’s Most Valuable Player on Monday morning, he returned once again to that term. “In reality you never could imagine what this feels like,” he said. “It’s surreal to be a Super Bowl champion, to know all the hard work that you put in every single day has paid off. Being the champ with your brothers, you can never think of what that’s like.” The peculiarity of this moment can only have been heightened by a kiss from Minnie Mouse before he began. On the eve of Super Bowl LIV, a Mahomes tweet from 2013, when he was 17 years-old, had gone viral, in which he pondered what it would feel like “to be the quarterback who says ‘I’m going to Disney World’ after winning the Super Bowl”. He had found out on Sunday night, but now – thanks to a new sponsorship deal for this… Read full this story
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