Several players stood out when the Minnesota Vikings met the Kansas City Chiefs over the weekend. The Kansas City Chiefs won the game with a narrow margin of three points. The match ended 26-23.
Both teams played strongly during the first quarter. Both got a touchdown and the quarter ended in a 7-7 draw. Hill got the touchdown for the Chiefs and Johnson equalized for the Vikings later on.
Both teams had upgraded their defenses during the second quarter of the game. As a result, the thrilling encounter during that quarter resulted in zero touchdowns. However, Butker scored a 28-yard field goal for the hosts. Then, Bailey scored for the visitors from a 29-yard attempt.
Kirk Cousins made a short right pass to Abdullah who scored a touchdown. This pushed the visitors to the lead but the hosts recovered courtesy of a touchdown from Williams. Butker scored another field goal from 45 yards before the third quarter ended.
Rudolph scored a touchdown for the visitors during the final quarter. However, Butker ensured that the hosts won the match through his successful field goals from 54 and 44 yards.
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