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Super Bowl stars: Ketchup lover Mahomes & skating enthusiast Mostert are set to take centre stage

Super Bowl LIV final will be played between Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.

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Last Updated: Jan 21, 2020, 11.46 AM IST
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Quarterback Patrick Mahomes (left) was once again the star for the Chiefs. For the 49ers, running back Raheem Mostert (right) had a memorable game.
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes (left) was once again the star for the Chiefs. For the 49ers, running back Raheem Mostert (right) had a memorable game.
It will be Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. On a momentous Sunday evening for fans — and business folk, given the big money in the sport — the two teams won their respective conference championship games.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was once again the star for the Chiefs. For the 49ers, running back Raheem Mostert had a memorable game.

Both players have fun dimensions to them.

Mahomes is crazy about ketchup. “I’ve gotten ketchup for birthday presents, and no matter where I am, I always have the waiter or waitress give me some ketchup,” he once said. He squirts it on macaroni and cheese and steak, much to the amusement of purists.

Mostert, who grew up by the sea in Florida, is a skater and surfer who was once offered a contract by a leading adventure sports brand. He stuck to football, and sees parallels between the two sports. “You’re in a wave and at that moment you want to make a decision whether you want to do a trick or just ride the wave out ,” Mostert once said. “That’s the same thing with football.”

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