Super Bowl XXX

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December 7, 2021

Super Bowl XXX was the 30th edition of the final for the National Football League (NFL) championship corresponding to the 1995 regular season. This American football game was played on January 28, 1996 at Sun Devil Stadium in the city ​​of Tempe, Arizona. In the game, the champions of the National Football Conference (NFC), the Dallas Cowboys, defeated the champions of the American Football Conference (AFC) Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 27-17. With this Super Bowl, the Dallas Cowboys tied with the San Francisco 49ers for the record for the most victories in a Super Bowl by a team (5) and became the first team to win 3 Super Bowls in 4 years. This was the third meeting between the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Super Bowl (after Super Bowl X and Super Bowl XIII), which is currently the largest between any two teams in the NFL. For the steelers, it was their first Super Bowl loss in history after winning 4 in the 1970s. The Steelers would tie the mark of 5 Super Bowls won with the 49ers and Cowboys in Super Bowl XL, 3 years later and would reach 6 victories in 2009 when (cornerback) Larry Brown, of the Dallas Cowboys, became He was the first cornerback in history to receive the Super Bowl MVP, completing two interceptions and returning them for a total of 77 yards. The Cowboys sealed the victory by turning Brown's interceptions into two touchdowns. The NBC broadcast reached an estimated 95.1 million people in the United States, making it the second-most-watched sporting event on television, and the third-highest-rated shows in television history, behind only the final episode of the television. M * A * S * H ​​series. Beginning with Super Bowl XXX, the Vince Lombardi Trophy is presented to the owner of the winning team on the field of play immediately after the game is over. Previously, it was delivered to him inside the dressing room.

Show

Between time of the Super Bowl XXX game, the show was provided by Diana Ross, who was in charge of entertaining the audience of the stadium itself by singing many of her hits, from Motown songs like "Stop! In The Name Of Love" , "You Keep Me Hagin´On", "Baby Love" and "You Can´t Hurry Love" to songs from his solo career such as "Why Do Fools Fall In Love", "Chain Reaction", "Ain´t No Mountain High Enough "," Take Me Higher "and" I Will Survive ", when this last song arrived the diva left the Super Bowl in a helicopter that was already waiting for her on stage.

Starting lineups

Most valuable Player

References

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