“We’re gonna do this a lot,” Patrick Mahomes steals the show with incredible sportsmanship act for Josh Allen

Check out Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes' incredible act of sportsmanship at the end of their duel on the pitch.

Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes

The divisional playoff encounter between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs not only saw an exceptional match but also saw some great sportsmanship spirit after the match. The moment of the match which grabbed highlights came between the two opposing quarterbacks in the form of Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes and Bills’ Josh Allen.

The chiefs came out with a 42-36 after they made a heroic comeback in the final quarter to send the game into OT. With just 13 seconds left in regulation, Mahomes and the Chiefs trailed by three points, needing a field goal to force overtime.

Patrick Mahomes stopped his celebrations to console Josh Allen after Chiefs win over the Bills

Patrick Mahomes made it easy for his side as he needed just two plays to set up the Chiefs for a shot at the field goal range, which was converted. He did not stop there and started weaving his magic in OT moving the Chiefs offense down the field with consummate ease. The pass connected with Kelce who again scored and won the game for the Chiefs.

However, despite his star showing the Chiefs quarterback did not forget the basics of the sport and went over to Bills quarterback Josh Allen to congratulate his opposite number for his performance even though he was on the wrong end of the final result.

The two up and coming quarterbacks shared an awesome hug, which was captured by the cameras and vowed to continue the rivalry for a long time.

Mahomes and Allen hugging it out at the end
Mahomes and Allen hugging it out at the end

“Hell of a ball game. We’re gonna do this a lot, man,” said Patrick Mahomes.

“Stay healthy Pat. Hell of a game. Great game man,” responded Josh Allen.

Mahomes finished with 378 yards and three touchdowns passing, while Allen finished with 329 yards and four touchdowns. Mahomes rushed for 69 yards and one touchdown, while Allen had 68 rushing yards. 

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