Super Bowl 2018: The game, halftime and the ads

Posted on 04/25/2020

Super Bowl 2018: The game, halftime and the ads Philadelphia Eagles’ Nick Foles holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
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Philadelphia Eagles’ Nick Foles holds his daughter Lily after the NFL Super Bowl.

Thousands of Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrate the team’s victory.

the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady walks off the field.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Jalen Mills celebrates on the field.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz hoists the Vincent Lombardi trophy.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Zach Ertz celebrates.

Jeep Brand/Universal Pictures shows a scene from Jeep Brand’s “Jeep Jurassic” Super Bowl spot. Photo: Jeep Brand/Universal Pictures via AP

Philadelphia Eagles’ Kenjon Barner celebrates.

New England Patriots’ Johnson Bademosi (29) and Nate Solder walk off the field.

This photo provided by Toyota shows a scene from one of the company’s Super Bowl spots. Photo: Toyota via AP

New Tourism US Super Bowl ad. Photo: Supplied

This photo provided by Hyundai shows a scene from the company’s Super Bowl spot. Photo: Hyundai via AP

A Crocodile Dundee-inspired TV commercial that aired during the 2018 Super Bowl. The commercial was part of a $A38 million Tourism campaign. Photo: AAP Image/Supplied by Tourism

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, right, talks to Nick Foles during the first half.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Nick Foles catches a touchdown pass during the first half.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Corey Clement is stopped by New England Patriots’ Patrick Chung.

New England Patriots’ Stephon Gilmore, top, breaks up a pass intended for Philadelphia Eagles’ Alshon Jeffery.

New England Patriots’ James White runs for a touchdown during the first half.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrates a touchdown run by James White during the first half.

New England Patriots’ Duron Harmon, center, intercepts a pass during the first half.

TweetFacebookIt all came down tocelebrated quarterback Tom Brady making a last-ditch attempt to win the Super Bowl for the New England Patriots. It failed.

Instead, the Philadelphia Eagles prevailed 41-33 in Super Bowl LII at USBank Stadium in Minneapolis.

A 48-yard Jake Elliot field goal, nailed with just 65 seconds on the clock, proved to be the match-winning play.

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