Sunday saw Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes' teams clash to win 2021’s Super Bowl LV. Not only did the two captains meet on the field, but their parents also got to talk, amicably, at the stadium.
Tom Brady, 43, took on Patrick Mahomes', 25, Kansas City Chiefs with his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win the match by 31 – 9. His team took home the Vince Lombardy Trophy.
The history-in-the-making match was played over the weekend on Sunday, February 7, 2021. The Super Bowl LV football match was held at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Patrick’s mother, Randi Mahomes, actually had an amicable meeting with Tom’s parents. Taking to Twitter, Randi shared a photo of herself posing along with Galynn Patricia and Thomas Brady Sr.
A little child was also featured in the photo alongside Randi, where everyone had on face masks around their necks. Randi wore a jersey number fifteen T-shirt in support of her son and his football team.
“Thank you for your words!”
In a follow-up post, she shared a picture of her and Galynn where the pair were seen embracing. Tom’s mother appeared to be saying something to Randi while wearing a T-shirt with her son’s jersey number on it.
In the caption, she thanked the football player’s mother for her kind words. It wasn’t clear if the photos were taken before or after the match was finished, and Randi didn’t explain what they spoke about.
Patrick’s mother might have been calm and sweet while interacting with Tom’s parents, but she brought her feelings to the fore during the game! She felt the referee was siding with the Buccaneers a lot.
Thomas Sr.’s wife also got a positive diagnosis but they both managed to beat the virus.
During the game, she claimed on social media that the referee was just a joke. Her son’s fiancée, Brittany Matthews, also expressed her displeasure about the referee by adding a poop emoji.
Thomas Sr. was quite lucky to watch his son during the match as he took his team to victory. In September 2020, the quarterback’s father contracted COVID-19 and stayed in the hospital for 18 days.
His wife also got a positive diagnosis, but they both managed to beat the virus. After the game, he confessed that he didn’t care about who won or lost; he was just grateful to be alive to attend the match.