The Philadelphia Eagles answered the New England Patriots’ opening touchdown of the second half of Super Bowl LII with a scoring pass of their own as quarterback Nick Foles threw a touchdown to running back Corey Clement on their first possession of the second half.

Foles’ second passing touchdown of the game gave the Eagles a 29-19 lead over the Patriots with 7:18 to play in the third quarter of Super Bowl LII at U.S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Lined up to the left of Foles prior to the snap of the ball, Clement ran a wheel route while getting inside position against one defensive back and sprinted down the numbers to get behind a second defender before hauling in the throw in the back of the end zone.

Although it appeared Clement did not have full control of the ball as he slid into the camera men and women along the end line, the original call on the field was upheld after a replay review.