Super Bowl LVII ended in anticlimactic fashion on Sunday night.

With just over 90 seconds remaining, the Chiefs were awarded a new set of downs on a questionable defensive holding call. Kansas City was then able to run down the clock and kick the game-winning field goal with just seconds remaining.

Harrison Butker, who missed a field goal earlier in the game, made the kick to give the Chiefs their 2nd Super Bowl victory in the last 5 seasons.

Here’s a replay of the defensive holding, which was called on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry:

The Eagles had just 8 seconds left after Butker’s game-winning kick, and were unable to find a game-winning score.

This was the Chiefs’ 3rd Super Bowl victory in franchise history.

Here’s some of the reaction to the holding call: