Super Bowl: The tweets of the first half

See what Twitter had to say about the first half of the Super Bowl

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The Independent US

As the final seconds of the first half of the Super Bowl ticked away, the Seattle Seahawks flipped the narrative on the New England Patriots.

With six seconds left on the clock, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll opted to try for a touchdown instead of settling for the safe three points and head into the locker room down four points.

Instead, the Seahawks scored a touchdown on a pass from quarterback Russell Wilson to fourth-choice wide receiver Chris Matthews, drawing the score level at 14-14.

For the Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady threw a touchdown to Brandon LaFell and Rob Gronkowski. Brady also threw an interception in the endzone as the Patriots were driving.

Marshawn Lynch, the Seahawks running back, scored the other Seattle touchdown.

Prior to the last-second touchdown, the Patriots had been controlling the game, but the Seahawks get the ball first in the second half, with a chance to take the lead.

Here are the best tweets from the first half.

 

 

 

 

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