If there’s one event which could break the internet, it’s the Super Bowl.
And if there’s another person which permanently smash it up for days, it’s Seattle Seahawks corner Richard Sherman.
The controversial NFL star is never far from some drama, as he showed when celebrating a touchdown for his side straight in the face of millions of TV viewers in Arizona earlier tonight:
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That came after the Seahawks’ lead over the New England Patriots went to 21-14 in the third quarter.
But after a questionable call from coach Pete Carroll to throw the ball with his team just inches from the end zone late in the fourth quarter, Pats rookie Malcolm Butler produced a memorable pick to seal Super Bowl XLIX for his team.
And Sherman – watching on from the sidelines – couldn’t quite believe it:
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Now THAT is what you call TV gold – and we’ll be seeing it for years from now.