Rams win over
49ers in Super Bowl

The Los Angeles Rams and their star-studded roster are on their way to Super Bowl LVI, where they will attempt to capture a global title on their home turf.

And it was three of their biggest stars who helped get them there.

Cooper Kupp, an All-Pro receiver, grabbed two touchdown passes, one of which came during the late surge.

After Matt Gay converted a 30-yard field goal with under two minutes left to break a 17-17 tie, Aaron Donald helped the Rams slam the door shut.

Donald's pressure forced 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo into a desperation throw that was intercepted by linebacker Travin Howard to seal a 20-17 Rams win.

This ended a six-game losing run to their divisional opponents and secured their spot in Super Bowl LVI, where they'll meet the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium on Feb. 13.

Stafford said, "I'm really proud of this guys." "Throughout the year, we've had high expectations and have done everything we can to satisfy them.

Today wasn't easy. It wasn't perfect in some spots, but we found a way to win the game and that's what it's all about.

I'm just delighted and honoured to be a member of this community. There's still some work to be done."