Travis Kelce and Kansas City Chiefs caught mocking San Francisco 49ers in locker room after Super Bowl win
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Travis Kelce led his teammates in mocking the San Francisco 49ers after the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl 58.
The Chiefs scored a late overtime touchdown in Las Vegas to edge past the 49ers 25-22 on Sunday night and secure their third Super Bowl win in five years.
The San Francisco side went into half-time with a 10-3 lead, but the Chiefs scored a last second field goal to take the game to overtime.
Mecole Hardman Jr entered the history books as the man who caught the winning touchdown pass to end the game, but nobody celebrated with more enthusiasm than Travis Kelce.
The Chiefs tight-tend's romance with Taylor Swift dominated the pre-match headlines, but his second half performance reminded everyone that he is one of the best attacking players in the NFL.
After half-time the 34-year-old made eight catches for 92 yards, including a few huge plays at key moments.
The legendary tight-end shared an emotional embrace with Swift ahead of the trophy presentation, and serenaded Chiefs fans with a rendition of Elvis Presley's 'Viva Las Vegas'.
When he and his teammates returned to the locker room, it became clear that there is some bad blood between the Chiefs and the 49ers.
An Instagram Livestream broadcast by Chiefs linebacker Darius Harris showed Kelce leading his teammates in a chant wishing their opponents goodbye.
In another stream, Chiefs wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling had a message for his haters and critics.
"The first [Super Bowl] ring going on the pinky," he said while holding a cigar.
very unserious things happening in the locker room pic.twitter.com/vcWI6Qp7cV— taybeloved (@lovr23_) February 12, 2024
"The second ring going on the middle finger," he continued, briefly flashing his middle digit at the camera before continuing his celebration.
Before ending the stream to revel in Kansas City's second consecutive world title, Valdes-Scantling said: "I don't even smoke. I got me a little cigar, though."