Watch Brittany Matthews shower Chiefs fans with champagne after crazy win

Patrick Mahomes fiancée Brittany Matthews made it rain for Chiefs fans at Arrowhead, showering them with champagne after that insane win over the Bills.

After Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs pulled off an epic victory over the Bills at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Divisional Round, you can bet his bride-to-be Brittany Matthews was among the people celebrating the most enthusiastically.

So, of course, out came the champagne. Only this stuff never made it into flutes.

Matthews let KC fans in on the champagne celebration by showering them with it.

Brittany Matthews showered Chiefs fans with champagne

Fortunately, no one down below seemed all that angry about the champagne raining down. They were too busy celebrating the incredible ending to the game and their trip to the AFC Championship Game.

Matthews clearly had the champagne ready but even she couldn’t have predicted the way the Chiefs would ultimately find victory.

When Buffalo took the lead with less than two minutes to play, Mahomes promptly responded with a 64-yard touchdown to Tyreek Hill, who left the defense in the dust

Of course, the Bills came back down and grabbed the lead back with just 13 seconds left in the game.

Just when all hope seemed lost for the Chiefs, Mahomes connected with Hill again for 19 yards and then Travis Kelce for 25 yards to put Kansas City in field goal range with three seconds left. Harrison Butker’s 49-yard field goal attempt when through the uprights and forced an unlikely overtime period.

Mahomes was at his best in overtime. He guided the Chiefs down the field and capped an eight-play, 75-yard drive with an eight-yeard touchdown to Kelce.

It was an instant classic and another piece in the making of Mahomes’ legend as an NFL star.

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