Andy Murray's Taylor Swift Post On Super Bowl 58 Breaks The Internet

Tennis star Andy Murray's post on Super Bowl 58 had a special mention for pop star Taylor Swift.

Andy Murray's Taylor Swift Post On Super Bowl 58 Breaks The Internet

The Super Bowl 58 wouldn't just be remembered for the Kansas City Chiefs' victory over the 49ers but also for the glamour that pop star Taylor Swift injected into the contest with her appearance. Taylor, who is dating Chiefs' Travis Kelce was constantly shown on the TV sets during the match and the shutterbugs zoomed in on her as she congratulated Kelce for the Chief's triumph after the match. As Taylor became a trending topic on social media because of her Super Bowl appearance, even British tennis star Andy Murray couldn't resist speaking on the topic.

Murray, taking to social media, wrote: "Congrats to @taylorswift13 on winning Super Bowl 58 a stunning performance. The post on X (formerly Twitter) seems to be a subtle swipe at the pop star considering it was a sporting event of the stature of the Super Bowl.

Congrats to @taylorswift13 on winning Super Bowl 58 a stunning performance — Andy Murray (@andy_murray) February 12, 2024

Fans on social media were in sync with Murray's post, further intensifying the chatter there's been around Taylor Swift in this year's Super Bowl.

It's crazy how much they've shown her. You'd think she was the driving force behind the whole thing — Bruno Fernandes enjoyer (@Nadal_istheGOAT) February 12, 2024

Andy is now a goat to me — death bee (@death_bee_) February 12, 2024

Thank God! There is sanity from this madness! — abhinav sinha (@abhinav1sinha) February 12, 2024

MVP without even touching the ball — Jacob (@MagpieMetalcore) February 12, 2024

The victory makes Kansas City the first team to win back-to-back Lombardi Trophies since the New England Patriots in 2003-2004, cementing the franchise's right to be regarded as the NFL's newest dynasty.

"It means a ton," said Mahomes, who was named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player for the third time after the win. "With the adversity we dealt with this year and to come through, the guys never faltered."

Mahomes, meanwhile, warned the Chiefs' rivals that their latest win was just the start of their reign of dominance.

"We're not done," he said. "We've got a young team. We're going to keep this thing going."

For long periods, however, it looked as if Kansas City would be denied by San Francisco's ferocious defense.

Chiefs star Travis Kelce, whose romance with Swift has captivated the NFL this season, had a nightmare start to the game, at one stage blowing up on the sidelines at Kansas City head coach Andy Reid in an extraordinary outburst.

But with Mahomes pulling the strings, the Chiefs finally battled through a below-par performance to deliver when it mattered once more.

It marked the third time that Mahomes has led Kansas City back from double-digit deficits to win the Super Bowl, sealing his reputation as the heir apparent to the legendary Tom Brady.

With AFP inputs