Right now the Super Bowl fever is growing and everybody talks about the leagues that can be this year’s winner! New England Patriots against Atlanta Falcons. They are the leagues in Superbowl on the 5th of February. Atlanta has never won a title in American football earlier.super bowl

New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady, 39 years old, are ready for the big Superbowl final after recieving 36-17 goals against Pittsburgh Steelers in the semifinal.On the other hand stands Atlanta Falcons that won the final match against Green Bay Packers.

Steelers had a strong row of 9 victories, but the best players like Antonio Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger disappointed a lot, and Le’Veon Bell could not play. That is why Patriots and Brady will be the Superbowl.

New England had an active match, but was not able to do a better winning than 17-9 goals after 50% played game. Second match showed how strong Brady was. The defense was impressing, and when they recieved 33-9 in the third quarter.

Brady has won Superbowl 4 out of the 6 times they got the opportunity. For Tom Brady the the final will be a revenge after last year’s “Deflategate” that got him suspended for 4 matches. This will be a big day for all Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots and all their supporters of course!

What is up on this year’s Super Bowl?

In addition to the real thing, the sports, the half time entertainment show is always the big headlight of Super Bowl, and see who that will have the live performance at this year’s Super Bowl!

Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars celebrated 50 years of Super Bowl halftime shows — and Beyoncé’s new single “Formation” — during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.

The trio of performers collaborated on a number of songs throughout the show, with headliner Coldplay kicking things off. Martin started the performance by crouching on the field as men and women, dressed in dark clothing, ran toward the stage. His band then ripped through “Viva La Vida” and “Paradise,” before playing their new single “Adventure of a Lifetime.” (Coldplay was joined members of the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles during the performance.)

“Wherever you are, we’re in this together,” Martin said during “Viva La Vida.”
Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars celebrated 50 years of Super Bowl halftime shows — and Beyoncé’s new single “Formation” — during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.
Strangely, what the halftime show did best, though, was fun

A Super Bowl halftime show whose early going promised to make it one of the franchise’s worst ever managed to evolve, briskly, into something far more interesting; a meta-commentary on various star personas and on the Super Bowl halftime show itself.

The segment of the show belonging solely to Coldplay was the set’s worst. Though the band was the halftime show’s notional headliners, it was the least relevant-seeming of the three acts onstage. Bruno Mars and Beyoncé had been invited, the language around the show suggested, as a nod to the franchise’s “history,” and yet they felt far more urgent and intriguing than the British band, whose act was also plagued by significant audio problems. Lead singer Chris Martin’s onstage leaps felt like an attempt to gin up the sort of enthusiasm that Mars, with the opening bars of his hit “Uptown Funk,” generated organically.

Mars and Beyoncé are a part of halftime show history, sure, but it’s very recent history. They performed on the world’s biggest stage two and three years ago, respectively. (One wonders whether Katy Perry, last year’s headliner, felt snubbed.) Before the show began, I was among those who questioned what, exactly, the pair of performers were thinking: Beyoncé in particular seemed to have said everything she needed to say with a refined and incredibly ambitious Super Bowl solo set. Why tempt the fates by going for a second act, as someone else’s support?

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