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Gisele Bundchen goes off on husband Tom Brady's receivers [Video]

February 6, 2012 | 11:17 am

Gisele Bunchen and Tom Brady after the Super Bowl

Gisele Bundchen had a rough walk to the elevator after the Super Bowl game Sunday in Indianapolis, getting hollered at along the lines of "Eli Rules! "Eli rules your husband! Yeah, baby!" and quizzed about what had happened on the field.

She was not pleased -- and she let the New England Patriots' receivers know it.

"They did not catch the ball when they were supposed to catch the ball," she vented, caught on video by "The Insider."

"My husband cannot ... control the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times."

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Of course, after Eli Manning led the New York Giants to an awkward but game-winning touchdown with 57 seconds left, things didn't go well for New England; a final Hail Mary pass went uncaught in the Patriots' end zone, and the Giants won, 21-17.

Bundchen's husband wasn't having such a grand time after the game either, and by leaving the locker room through a side door instead of the front, he almost missed some post-game consolation from his supermodel wife.

When she heard he'd gone out another door, she began sprinting after him in black boots with three-inch heels, according to Yahoo Sports, shouting "Tommy! Tommy!" and elbowing her way through the crowd to catch up with him. She finally connected with him, hugging and kissing him and looking into his eyes.

You know, Tom, you might not have won the 2012 Super Bowl -- but you still had a supermodel to take home.

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Photo:  Gisele Bundchen comforts her husband, Tom Brady, after his New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the New York Giants on Sunday. Credit: Rob Carr / Getty Images

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