Patrick Mahomes, the quarterback for the Chiefs, was a major contributor to the team's victory over the 49ers. 

Despite a slow start, Mahomes connected with Travis Kelce and advanced the ball up and down the field. 

Mahomes' drive resulted in a field goal, leading to the second-ever overtime Super Bowl game in NFL history. 

Mahomes regained possession of the ball while being three points behind in overtime and advanced the Chiefs towards the end zone. 

Mahomes utilized mobility, evading defenders, and his throwing ability to gain a first down on a crucial fourth-and-1 play. 

The Chiefs' defensive coordinator, Steve Wilks, took the risk of bringing additional players to rush the quarterback in a crucial moment. 

The Chiefs executed a powerful kick, resulting in a precise pass to an unguarded Mecole Hardman, who caught the ball for a 3-yard touchdown, securing the victory for the team. 

Even though Mahomes showed a lot of resilience, the San Francisco 49ers, who were led by Kyle Shanahan, were unsuccessful once again.