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Super Bowl 50 Highlights: Panthers vs Broncos Winner & Half-Time Show

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Super Bowl 50 - Carolina Panthers v Denver Broncos
Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers is tackled by DeMarcus Ware #94 of the Denver Broncos in the fourth quarter during Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo : (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images))

For the Super Bowl 50 game on Sunday, the Denver Broncos took home a 24-10 win versus the Carolina Panthers before more than 70,000 screaming fans and spectators at the Levi's Stadium in California.

SB Nation reported that Broncos linebacker Von Miller lead the game with his sacks and forced fumbles. The Panthers were not able to penetrate the strong defines of their opponents even though they previously defeated the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks.

It was noted in the same report that the losing team also played poorly on the field and gave Broncos the opportunity to take a wide and early lead.

In addition, CNN noted that running back C.J. Anderson's touchdown also helped the Broncos claim their victory on Sunday.

Peyton Manning, on the other hand, also had his shining moments with an interception and a 13 of 23 passing for a total of 141 yards.

According to CBC Sports, Manning gave the needed help to his team in a game which was considered to be the last in his career.

For the Panthers, Cam Newton did not have a strong start and also did not do well with his passes.

The same report mentioned that he made improvements during the second quarter of the game after he made a 20-yard pass to Philly Brown. He was also able to do a 19-yard pass to tight end Greg Olsen.

But despite all these efforts, SB Nation said the Broncos still managed to snatch the win with Anderson's much-needed touchdown.

But the game between the Panthers and the Broncos was not the only thing that the fans at the Levi's Stadium came for.

Beyonce came out with a bang at the Super Bowl halftime show along with Coldplay and Bruno Mars.

The pop diva's performance of her latest single "Formation" reportedly stole the show from the British band which sang and played first for the fans, USA Today observed.

It noted that Beyonce looked fierce as she danced and sang in the packed stadium along with the "The Lazy Song" singer.

The duo upstaged Coldplay's performance with Time, noting that the band also had audio problems onstage and seemed "less relevant" during the show.

Mars and Beyonce gave more meaning to the fun as they performed "Uptown Funk" and joined forces onstage.

Time noted that Beyonce has clearly exerted efforts to adopt themes relevant to the society with her songs and artistry, which reflected in her entire performance.

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