Transcript for Super Bowl LII: Patriots and Eagles are last teams standing
And finally tonight here, it will be philly versus the patriots. But seeing them in person will come with a price. A hefty one. And then, there were two. It will be the new England patriots and the fifty Philadelphia eagles in Minneapolis for super bowl LII. With his injured right hand, Tom Brady orchestrating an epic comeback. Two touchdowns in the final quarter. And the game-winning pass. Tom Brady does it again. That black bandage visible. Ten stitches in his thumb after a practice injury. His wife posting this photo online. And for the eagles, it was the backup quarterback who became the star. Nick Foles leading philly to their first super bowl in more than a decade. What a moment for Foles. And there was one eagles player whose wife was busy on the field, too. U.S. Women's soccer player Julie Ertz learning that her husband Zach was headed to the super bowl. Overjoyed asking, is this real? He's really going? Other eagles fans celebrating, too, taking to the streets. One fan so excited, he ran right into a subway pole. The transit police chief saying that fan is okay tonight, saying, he jumped up and high fived his buddies and caught the next train. And tonight, catching a super bowl ticket might be even more difficult. The cheapest super bowl ticket we could find online? $4,500. A new record. Which is why we'll all be watching from home. And someone joked today that subway pole was like the philly defense. Thanks for watching here from Washington tonight. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you back from new York tomorrow night. Until then, have a gooening. Good night. This is WCVB newscenter 5 at
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