Patrick Mahomes' mum drags supermodel WAG into Super Bowl beef

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Patrick Mahomes and mum Randi are seen here alongside a photo of Gisele Bundchen at the Super Bowl.
Patrick Mahomes' mum Randi tagged Gisele Bundchen in an angry Twitter rant about the Super Bowl referees. Pic: Instagram/Getty

The mother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has unleashed at the referees after Tampa Bay's dominant win in Super Bowl LV.

Tom Brady threw three touchdowns to lead the Buccaneers to a 31-9 to win in the Super Bowl, giving the evergreen 43-year-old quarterback a record-extending seventh championship ring.

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The match was billed as the master versus the apprentice, with Brady viewed by many as the greatest quarterback the game has ever seen and Mahomes the potential heir to that crown.

However, Mahomes was left shattered when the dust settled on Super Bowl and his family, particularly his mum Randi, didn't take the defeat well.

Randi had already made headlines last month for criticising NFL officiating and she was at it again as the Bucs ruthlessly took the Chiefs apart.

Mahomes' mum seemed to take exception to Brady's supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, celebrating another Super Bowl ring for her husband.

Randi first tagged Gisele in a rant about the officiating, before taking aim at ESPN for its coverage around her son.

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Brady's age-defying performance, which earned him the Most Valuable Player award, brought the curtain down on what was perhaps the most challenging season the NFL has had to navigate because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

While the pandemic reined in America's biggest sporting party, the show went on as scheduled and once again Brady, who joined the Bucs last March after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, rose to the occasion in his 10th Super Bowl.

"I'm not making any comparisons," Brady said when asked if this Super Bowl win was the sweetest.

"Being down here and experiencing this with this group of guys, every year is amazing.

"This team is world champions forever, you can't take it away from us ... we're coming back."

Bucs deliver in home Super Bowl

The only team to play a Super Bowl on their home field, the Buccaneers made the most of the opportunity as they were crowned champions for the first time since January 2003.

In the opening half, Brady found former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski, who came out of retirement to join the Bucs this season, for a pair of touchdown strikes to build a 14-3 lead.

Meanwhile, Mahomes and the Chiefs explosive attack could not get in gear with scoring limited to a pair of Harrison Butker field goals to go into the intermission down 21-6.

The Chiefs struck first in the second half as Butker booted another field goal but the Buccaneers would hit back with a Leonard Fournette 27-yard touchdown run and a Ryan Succop field goal to cruise into the fourth quarter with a 31-9 lead.

Seen here, Gisele Bundchen and husband Tom Brady kiss after Super Bowl LV.
Gisele Bundchen and husband Tom Brady share a kiss after Tampa Bay's Super Bowl win. Pic: Getty

A streaker wearing a hot-pink onesie eluded security and slid into the end zone with 5 minutes 3 seconds left in the game.

Kansas City's high-powered offence never got that far against Tampa's ferocious defence.

"Obviously I didn't play the way I wanted to play," Mahomes said.

"What else can you say? All you can do is leave everything you have on the field. I feel like the guys did that. ... they beat us pretty good, the worst I've been beaten in a long time."

Bruce Arians became the oldest coach at age 68 to win the Super Bowl.

His Kansas counterpart Andy Reid said he had to accept blame for the defeat.

"My hat goes off to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the job that they did," he said.

"They played better than we did and that's my responsibility, and I take full responsibility for it.

"You just can't do the things that we did and beat a good football team like that, particularly at this level."

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