Chiefs get late field goal to send Super Bowl to overtime

The Kansas City Chiefs sent Harrison Butker out with six seconds left on Sunday in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, trailing by three.

The kicker delivered a 29-yard field goal and Super Bowl 58 with the San Francisco 49ers headed to overtime tied at 19.

The teams traded field goals in the final 1:53.

Jake Moody, who earlier missed an extra point, hit a 53-yarder to give the 49ers the lead.

Patrick Mahomes led an 11-play, 64 yard drive that set up Butker’s field goal, which came as the clock ticked to three seconds.

The previous Super Bowl that went to overtime saw the New England Patriots defeat the Atlanta Falcons after trailing, 28-3.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire