Super Bowl LIII didn't see a touchdown until the fourth quarter.

By Charlotte Carroll
February 03, 2019

Patriots running back Sony Michel scored Super Bowl LIII's first touchdown with seven minutes left in the game, giving the Patriots a 10–3 lead over the Rams with the ensuing extra point. 

Michel became the second rookie in the last 30 seasons to score a touchdown in the Super Bowl. Michel ran into the end zone after a five-play, 69-yard drive. 

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The touchdown was set up with a 29-yard pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski from quarterback Tom Brady.

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Michel's score was the only touchdown of Super Bowl LIII, as the Patriots ended up winning 13–3. 

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