Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Steelers was really close. The game ended with the Green Bay winning with the Super Bowl 2011 score of 31-25.
Looking at the score, we can say that the game was real close.
Worthy to take note too is the performance of Rodgers who really made the difference for the Green Bay Packers. With his great performance during the postseason, Packers got their NFL championship in 14 years. And what a way to celebrate the victory too is by getting the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the trophy named for their former coach.
Looking back at the match, some may ask, what was the Super Bowl score quarter by quarter?
The question will tell us of how really close the game until the Packers made a break away.
First Quarter Score: Packers 14, Steelers 0
Second Quarter Score: Packers 21, Steelers 10
Third Quarter Score: Packers 21, Steelers 17
Final Score: Packers 31, Steelers 25
We can see here that the Packers led the game all throughout and the Steelers were playing catch-up. But it was still real close, and a great match.
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