There is no doubt that in each and every Super Bowl there are defining plays.

Ones that make or break the game for the competing teams.

It could be a long return on special teams, or an interception run back for a score.

Most times it is a long pass with a leaping grab that brings us to our feet, or that cutback on a run that stops everyone in their tracks as the running back goes the distance.

Sometimes though its a bit more than that. Players and teams have often been swallowed up by the pressure, or it's made them a bigger star than they already were.

So which five plays have changed the course of a game in a way which at the time didn't seem that big, or in fact has have gone on to create a dynasty?