New England's Super Bowl win creates unique trivia

The Patriots beat Atlanta on Sunday night in overtime

New England's Super Bowl win creates unique trivia

James White scores the winning touchdown. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Super Bowl LI will live long in the memory for anyone who watched it. 

The New England Patriots won the match 34-28 against the Atlanta Falcons. At one point, the Patriots trailed 28-3, in what became the biggest winning-comeback in Super Bowl history. 

New England trailed in normal time for a total of 41:18 of the 60-minute match. When you take out the time until the first score of the game, Atlanta led for 41:18 out of a total of 42:15.

With 57 seconds left in the match, the Patriots tied the game at 28-28. It was the first time in over 30 minutes of football that they were not trailing.

As the game went to overtime, the Patriots scored through a James White touchdown, 3:58 into the additional period. Once White scored, the game immediately ended, meaning the Patriots created a unique record.

In winning their fifth Super Bowl, the New England Patriots won the game, by leading in the match for a total of zero seconds.

That's sure to be a quiz question in years to come.