Tom Brady makes history with his 500th career touchdown pass in New England Patriots' win

Sport360 staff 11:37 05/10/2018
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Tom Brady made history by tossing his 500th career touchdown pass in the fourth quarter of the New England Patriots‘ 38-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts.

The 41-year-old is only the third quarterback in NFL history to reach the mark, and he made it with a 34-yard throw to Josh Gordon in the end zone.

The 2018 Super Bowl runners-up got off to a strong start and had opened up a 21-point lead by halftime, but then saw a significant portion diminish with a touchdown pass by Colts’ Andrew Luck.

Indianapolis closed the gap to 14 and came within seven in the fourth before Brady’s historic hurl saw New England pull away again.

The Patriots quarterback said: “I think all these things like that, milestones, there are so many people that contribute, all the people that have really worked hard.

“A quarterback doesn’t throw to himself.”

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