On Sunday, in a Sensational match, Minnesota Vikings beat New Orleans Saints by 28-25 with Joseph’s late field goal, the trusty boot of Greg Joseph, and a dynamite offensive display from Justin Jefferson.
The last goal, which changed the situation of the match, was set up by the receiver Justin’s electric pace, and Joseph scored it with his trusty boot. The Saints, who were leading the points with nine minutes left, when Joseph scored the goal, they sank.
In the end, Wil Lutz attempted a last-second monster 65-yard field goal to lead the Saints to win, but his effort went off because the ball fell on the wrong side of the posts.
The quarterbacks of both teams, Andy Dalton and Kirk Cousins made first-half full of mistakes, due to which the game slowly simmered into a thrilling shootout.
The final twist in the game was made by Jefferson when he left Marshon Lattimore in his dust down the left sideline to catch a 39-yard pass from Cousins. The Saints tried to prevent a touchdown, but Joseph stepped up and finished the game with a crucial five field goals, and 16 points sealed the victory for his team.
New Orleans was leading at 22-19 with only nine minutes remaining, but after Jefferson did some running trickery on the three-yard line, which changed the lead.
At the end from Saints, Lutz nailed a kick from 60 yards, made the score tie 25-25, and celebrated. This celebration did not last when Joseph made a decisive kick from 47 yards and gave the win to the Vikings.