New England Patriots victory parade: Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski party as Patriots tour Boston to celebrate Super Bowl victory

Tom Brady holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Boston after the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski partied around Boston as around one million New England Patriots fans packed the city to celebrate their sixth Super Bowl victory.

The Patriots matched the Pittsburgh Steelers with the most Super Bowl wins after a hard-fought 13-3 victory over the LA Rams in Atlanta on Sunday, and have been installed as the 6/1 favourites with Sky Bet to make it seven next season.

A third Super Bowl in a row, and a ninth under Tom Brady and Bill Belichick came as the Pats continued their dominance of the NFL, and their fans are still revelling in their success after yet another packed-out victory parade.

Players and their families were carried in Boston's iconic duck boats for the tour of the city's famous landmarks, with Brady, along with daughter Vivian holding the Vince Lombardi Trophy alongside team owner Robert Kraft.

Rob Gronkowski and MVP Julian Edelman were other star attractions, as players joked and danced about during their trip around the city.

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