- Prince Tega Wanogho and the Kansas City Chiefs have won the NFL title
- The Nigerian's team beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 at Super Bowl LVII
- Wanogho celebrated the victory by paying homage to his African origins
Nigerian-born Prince Tega Wanogho celebrated his NFL triumph by waving the flag of the West African nation, after the Kansas City Chiefs became Super Bowl champions.
The 25-year-old offensive tackler played a role as the Chiefs came from behind to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 on Sunday night.
In a video posted on social media, Wanogho celebrates the moment with the emotion and excitement the occasion was due.
"We did it bro, all the way from Africa," he exclaimed.
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He later dedicated the victory to his mother in a tweet after the game.
"Dream turn reality! This one for you Ma," he added.
Wanogho was born in Delta State of Nigeria before moving to the United States of America in 2014 to play basketball.
However, the well-built athlete switched sports to play American football and few years later, he is a champion.
The Super Bowl LVII saw many American celebrities in attendance, including Jay Z and his daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
Rihanna produced an electric performance during the half-time show to thrill fans at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
Kansas City are NFL champions
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Super Bowl LVII living up to the hype.
The heavyweight showdown between Kansas City and Philadelphia delivered the goods, with the Chiefs pulling off a thrilling 38-35 victory over the Eagles at State Farm Stadium on Sunday night.
Patrick Mahomes starred for Kansas City, completing 21 of 27 passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns.
Celebrities attend Super Bowl LVII
The Super Bowl LVII showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs saw the stars out in their numbers to watch the year's biggest sporting event.
Numerous A-listers flocked to State Farm Stadium to watch the big game and also witness Rihanna’s much-anticipated half-time show.
Sports Brief previously took a look at who made the trip to Glendale, Arizona to witness the grand finale of American football's exciting competition.