Despite the record of both, from the first quarter the two teams were used thoroughly with the intention of not be the worst of the current season.
The first to hit was San Francisco thanks to a field goal, but also the one who started with the errors, because after controlling the Giants offense twice, an interception changed the course of the game, when Eli Manning capitalized on points the theft of the ball.
The 49ers returned to the game and managed to reach the diagonals, but their defense did not behave in the same way as in the first plays and a field goal tied the game 10-10.
For the second half, the 49ers found their way to the front in the game by ten points (20-10), but again Manning’s experience came to the surface to command his offense to another Touchdown and then tie the game (20-)Twenty).
In the final minutes of the game, San Francisco managed a field goal that seemed sufficient, but the time was too much and the Giants returned to reach the promised area, leaving a minute on the clock, so it did not give San Francisco time to mark the triumph score.