Appeal for help from Turkey and Syria in the Super Bowl. Last Minute WORLD headlines and events


The final game of the American Football League (NFL), known as the Super Bowl, was held this year in Glendale, Arizona. Ahead of the championship, which is one of the largest sports organizations followed by millions of people in the US, the memory of those who lost their lives in the Kahramanmaras earthquakes was commemorated and a call was made to support the Red Cross relief efforts in the area with donations.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken also urged Americans to donate to earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria. Blinken asked his official Twitter account to listen to the call for help during the Super Bowl, the American Football League (NFL) championship fight watched by millions in the US.

The US Secretary of State said that how to make a donation can be found on the website of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), which continues search and rescue work in Turkey, and shared the corresponding link.

Kansas City Chiefs winner it happened

In the final between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, the Chiefs won the Vince Lombardi Cup by beating the Eagles 38–35.

27-year-old Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes managed to lead his team despite an ankle injury. Mahomes became the third player to win the NFL Under-28 Most Valuable Player (MVP) title twice.

In 2020, the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers for the first time in 50 years to end the Super Bowl with a championship.

The 57th Super Bowl was the first for both teams to feature black players in the offensive leadership position, defined as a quarterback in American football. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, 24-year-old Jalen Herts.

Approximately 68,000 people filled the stadium and the likes of Elon Musk, Paul McCartney and LeBron James also watched the match.

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