WATCH: Highlights from Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl LV victory over Chiefs

Three years ago today, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it to the top of the mountain.

The Bucs beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7, 2021, bringing the franchise its second Lombardi Trophy. Tampa Bay dominated behind the efforts of quarterback Tom Brady and a fearsome defense. Before a crowd of 24,835 — limited by the COVID-19 pandemic — the Bucs became the first team to win a Super Bowl at its home stadium.

The Chiefs scored the first points, going up 3-0, but it would be the only lead they had. The Bucs dominated in the trenches, swarming quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes threw two interceptions and no touchdown passes, and was on the run from the Tampa pass rush all night.

The offense, meanwhile, got the ball rolling. Brady and the Bucs put up 31 points, with every score coming from a player the team signed that year. Tight end Rob Gronkowski scored two touchdowns, wideout Antonio Brown caught a TD pass and running back Leonard Fournette ran for one as well. In the end, Tampa Bay entered a group of 15 teams that have won two or more Super Bowls.

You can relive the highlights and grandeur of that night below:

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire