Super Bowl 2019 LIVE score

Super Bowl 2019, LIVE score – Los Angeles Rams vs New England Patriots: Latest updates from Atlanta PLUS halftime show and more

  • Super Bowl LIII starts at 3:30pm (PT)/6:30pm (ET) and 11:30pm (GMT) in UK
  • Super Bowl clash Rams vs Patriots takes place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • New England Patriots are favourites to win against Los Angeles Rams  

The 53rd Super Bowl between Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots is upon us!

Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quarterback legend Tom Brady look for their sixth Super Bowl win with the NFL franchise. 

Both 66-year-old Belichick and 41-year-old Brady could become the oldest coach and player respectively to win the Super Bowl, overtaking Tom McLoughlin (65) and Peyton Manning (39).  

On the other end… Rams coach Sean McVay could become the youngest coach to win the Super Bowl at the age of 33.

Sportsmail‘s Matt Porter will provide live coverage of Rams vs Patriots including score and updates from each quarter plus the halftime show and more.

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    Host commentator

46 yards… and it’s NO GOOD. The normally reliable Gostkowski pulls it left and the score remains at 0-0

Halfway through the first quarter with no score yet, and the Patriots take their first timeout of the half.

Whatever they dialed up worked, as Brady hits Gronkowski for a gain of 17

Brady’s interception goes unpunished, and the Patriots are back on the attack. This time starting from the 12 yard line.

The Rams defensive line is showing they mean business early on, with a big tackle for a loss. They take it a little too far though, getting a penalty for a hit on a defenseless player on the next play. 

Here come the Rams, even earlier than they expected.

However, a few plays get broken up and they don’t get very far. They’re punting it back to Brady.

Tom Brady decides to throw for the first time in the game, and it’s INTERCEPTED!

It didn’t come out of his hand great, it popped up off the defender and was intercepted by Littleton.

What looked like a great start from the Patriots is now coming back the other way

A big return for the Patriots, who’ll be starting off from the 38 yard line.

Tom Brady looks calm and collected.

Instant impact from Michel from the running back position, picking up the Patriots’ first down, getting them rolling into Rams territory with the first play of the game.

Winning the coin toss has been a bad omen in recent times…

We do have another Atlanta native for the national anthem though: multi-award winning artist Gladys Knight.

Of course, complete with fighter jet flyover, visible through the roof of the stadium, which will be closed for the actual game.

Sung in tandem by Atlanta natives Chloe x Halle.

There was some talk when Atlanta was announced as the host city for the Super Bowl about the possibility of highlighting some of the local musical artists in the half time show. But we got Maroon 5 instead.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – FEBRUARY 03: Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle perform America the Beautiful prior to Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 03, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Can someone help Ronaldo? The Brazilian footballing legend is confused about the name of the sport about to be played at the Super Bowl.

‘…it’s not a ball and you don’t play it with your foot?’

From GentingBet

Although a lot of people love to hate them, it definitely seems like there are a lot of Patriots fans attending the Super Bowl.

We know who Manchester United’s Victor Lindelof is supporting too, as he posted on Twitter earlier today praying for a United and Patriots win.

The first part of his wish came true after Marcus Rashford fired a winner past Leicester, and we’ll find out later tonight what’ll happen at the Super Bowl.

Pete Carline says: 

After walking around Atlanta earlier, it was difficult to ignore the preponderance of Patriots jerseys on show. After last year’s humiliation in Minneapolis when Eagles fans outnumbered New England, the Patriots Nation are here in force. That point was rammed home when hyperactive RedZone host Scott Hanson asked to hear from the fans of each team. The Pats won by a landslide.

The stars are out in force at the Super Bowl, as they always are.

MMA’s Conor McGregor and comedian Kevin Hart have been spotted in Atlanta, and we know Tottenham’s Harry Kane is going to be at the game too. 

We’ve also got the likes of Gareth Southgate, Roberto Martinez, David Moyes, and more in a big famous selfie outside the stadium.

Pete: Spectacular is the word being bandied around about Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Having wandered approximately three miles in the past two hours, it is an apt description. Writing from the back row of the fourth tier of the 75,000-seat stadium, it is breathtaking where you look down. Wandering around the perimeter, the vistas are superb.

There are more bars than I can count – with 1,262 beer taps, apparently – many with views of the field. It is a three-dimensional stadium, using space in ways I hadn’t imagined possible. Labyrinthine is a good word to describe it. And having had a sneak preview, the boxes are superb, with wonderful food.

Speaking of grub, the food is cheap and diverse. A colleague is about to buy a pizza, nachos and a hot dog for $23. Normally you would be hard-pushed to buy a cone of chips for that at a Super Bowl. Of course, there is rampant commercialism everywhere you look. Shops selling SBLIII merchandise are ten to the penny. $40 for a T-shirt, $25 for mini-footballs. And then you look up.

The 360 degree circular video board – it has just been described as a halo, which I quite like – is the largest video board in the world. And then there’s the roof. Apparently it has been fixed now as it used to leak, but it won’t be open for tonight’s game. It will be for the flyover, however.

Greetings from Atlanta. What a stadium. What an event. Will we have the youngerst head coach to win a Super Bowl? Or the youngest? Will Rob Gronkowski retire? What is going on with Todd Gurley? Will Giselle take a hideous video of herself immediately after the New England Patriots celebrate another title? Either way, we’re in for a cracker.

Bill Belichick can nullify anyone, just ask Tyreek Hill, but does he have his work cut out with human bowling ball CJ Anderson? Will Brady be sacked for the first time in the postseason? So many questions. Hold on tight and some of them may be answered in four hours.

Tom Brady already has four Super Bowl MVP awards under his tight-fitting belt. A few outsiders for you: Ndamukong Suh, Robert Woods, James Develin, Cordarrelle Patterson and of course James White.

Hello and welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of Super Bowl 53 between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams.

Follow it all live here with me, MATT PORTER, as we watch all the action from the two best teams in the NFL. 

We’ve also got our man on the ground in Atlanta at the Mercedes-Benz stadium, PETE CARLINE.

Strap yourself in for an exciting ride!




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