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The NFL party at the Aztec stadium in Mexico City it was absolute, in the triumph of the san francisco 49ers Over the arizona cardinalsand more because in addition to the great atmosphere imposed by the Aztec fans, the players offered themselves to the public, and gave everything of themselves to put on a show.

One of them was 49ers star quarterback Jimmy Garoppolowho was very efficient, completing 20 of 29 passes, reaching with 228 yards, with 4 passes for touchdowns.

Two of those passes went to his star tight end, George Kittleand 2 more to his wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk, both vital for San Francisco to separate on the scoreboard, and add their third straight victory.

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On the other hand, Jimmy Garoppolo entered the history books, since according to NFL Research, with his 4 touchdown passes on Monday Night Football against the Cardinals, he broke the record for the most touchdown passes in games held in Mexico.

Garoppolo broke the record previously held by his mentor and New England Patriots backup Tom Brady, who threw 3 touchdown passes, a record he shared with Las Vegas Raiders’ Derej Carr.

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The San Francisco 49ers have prevailed in 2 of the last 3 games against rivals from the Western Division of the National Conference, the Los Angeles Rams and Cardinals, and previously in they also defeated the Seattle Seahawks, so this year they are undefeated in his Division.

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