BALTIMORE (KRON) – The San Francisco 49ers (10-2) took on the Baltimore Ravens (10-2) in a battle on Sunday that came down to one field goal.
Ravens defeated the 49ers, 20-17.
From the moment the team’s kicked off, the rain down poured until the very end.
San Francisco got an early start as wide receiver Deebo Samuel scored a 33-yard touchdown on fourth and two.
Baltimore responded quickly as Raven’s tight end Mark Andrews leaped in the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown tying it up, 7-7.
Fast forward into the second quarter when Ravens took the lead, 14-7. Making it quarterback Lamar Jackson’s 32nd touchdown of the year.
49ers answered back when Raheem Mostert scored a 40-yard touchdown.
At the half, San Francisco trailed by three, 17-14.
Ravens’ quarterback experienced his first lost fumble of the season by 49ers’ Marcell Harris.
Shortly following, San Francisco’s kicker Robbie Gould scored a field goal, making it all tied up again,17-17.
With three seconds left of the game, Ravens left it up to kicker Justin Tucker for a 49-yard field goal.
Baltimore came out on top in a well fought game by both teams.
The San Francisco 49ers will head to New Orleans next weekend to take on the Saints.
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