Patrick Mahomes’ girlfriend Brittany Matthews has taken aim at Tom Brady and his army of Patriots fans in the wake of Kansas City Chiefs' 23-16 win on Sunday night.
Mahomes led his side to the win by completing 25 of 40 throws for 285 yards and one touchdown, but the Chiefs also had plenty of help from the officials.
Matthews was watching the tense game between the AFC East and and AFC West powerhouses at the 65,878 capacity Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.
And she took to Twitter to outlandishly predict that Mahomes will eventually overhaul Brady's incredible record of six NFL Super Bowl wins.
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"All patriots fans 'we still have 6 Super Bowls' Lololol," she tweeted.
"Once patrick has been in the league as long as Brady, then chat to me about Super Bowls! Patrick is 24, Brady is 42.. you just wait."
It seems that the certified personal trainer suffered some unsavoury behaviour from Patriots fans which resulted in a spectacular Twitter rant after the game finished.
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During the game she complained that she and her Mahomes' brother had to be moved by stadium security for their own protection.
She wrote: "This place is horrible, people already yelling every time I stand up, am I not aloud to stand up for football game?
"I was told if I stand they will call security and kick us out, can’t stand for your team? Some fans y’all are
"Gillette security came and got us and moved us to a safe place. That’s how you know it was bad."
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The Patriots had two plays they thought were touchdowns, but with no challenges available, N’Keal Harry’s catch and run was ruled short and Jakobi Meyers’ sliding attempt was ruled a non-catch.
Brady looked frustrated and has now lost two consecutive games and his first at home after 21 wins in a row.
“We’ll be seeing them in the playoffs,” KC defensive end Frank Clark said on Sunday. “Hopefully we do. I want to see them again.”
“They don’t have a tackle that can block us. Speed, power, whatever we were throwing at them, they couldn’t handle.”
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