After defeating the San Francisco 49ers ​​​​​​and becoming a Super Bowl champion, Kansas City Chiefs rookie Rashad Fenton reminded folks that he used to work at the very same stadium where Super Bowl LIV was played.

Chiefs rookie CB Rashad Fenton used to work concessions at Hard Rock Stadium as a high schooler.

Tonight he won a Super Bowl in the building.

Anything is possible. 💯 @_sleepp

— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) February 3, 2020

"God is good, man. God is great," the cornerback said following the big win. "Anything is possible. I used to work here."

I Legit used to work at the Dolphin stadium growing up, And Now i will be Partaking in the Worlds Biggest Event there. God Works In Mysterious Ways🙏🏾🙌🏾 #SuperBowl54

— Rashad Fenton (@_sleepp) January 20, 2020

Fenton worked at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium back when he was still a student at Carol City High School. A lot has changed since then for the 22-year-old. "I still remember making hot dogs. I did nachos, filled up sodas and passed out peanuts," the sixth-round pick previously said, per ESPN. "That was my weekend, week in and week out. I’m here for a different reason right now. Something far greater is destined for me."

Fenton, who grew up near Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, called it all "surreal."

The Chiefs were able to come back in the fourth quarter to win Super Bowl LIV. The final score was 31-20.



— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) February 3, 2020

Superbowl Champion🏆💯

— Rashad Fenton (@_sleepp) February 3, 2020