Travis Kelce gives devastated Josh Allen a classy message on the field moments after his Kansas City Chiefs team beat the Buffalo Bills in an all-time classic to move one win away from the Super Bowl

Travis Kelce was caught on camera delivering a classy message of condolence to Bills quarterback Josh Allen after the Chiefs won a classic in Buffalo on Sunday night.

Kelce enjoyed one of the great nights of his career, scoring two touchdowns and leading his side to a 27-24 win as girlfriend Taylor Swift and his brother Jason cheered him on from the stands.

But before leaving the field to celebrate with his loved ones, Kelce made sure to show his respect to the defeated rival.

He told Allen, “You know it’s all the love in the world, baby. Love you, brother. Quite a job to get here. That bastard is crazy about having you here.”

The two were filmed appearing to collide as they left the field at halftime when the Bills had a slim lead. But Chiefs tight end Kelce seemed keen to ensure there were no bad feelings between them after the game.

Travis Kelce delivered a classy message to Josh Allen after the Chiefs defeated the Bills on Sunday night

Kelce scored two touchdowns on one of the great nights of his career in a big Chiefs win

Kelce scored two touchdowns on one of the great nights of his career in a big Chiefs win

Girlfriend Taylor Swift cheers on Travis Kelce and the Chiefs against the Bills

Jason Kelce went wild when brother Travis scored his first touchdown and took off his shirt

Girlfriend Taylor Swift (left) and brother Jason cheered on Travis during the game

The lead changed no fewer than five times through the night and a cold and snowy Highmark Stadium in Buffalo. Allen scored two touchdowns himself as the Bills team left everything on the field in the loss to last year’s Super Bowl winners.

Kelce’s first touchdown came in the second quarter to give the Chiefs a 13-10 lead, and he also scored near the start of the third.

Isiah Pacheco scored the go-ahead touchdown on a four-yard run 40 seconds into the fourth quarter, the fifth lead change of the game.

Buffalo’s Tyler Bass went wide right on a 44-yard field goal attempt with 1:43 to go, and Kansas City ran out the clock.

The Chiefs will no doubt be toasting a stunning victory, but the focus should sharply shift next weekend to another big game against the Baltimore Ravens – the team many have picked to go all out and win the Super Bowl.

“That’s a great team down there,” Kelce’s teammate Isiah Pacheco said. “We have to be close as a whole, but at Kansas City we’re going there as one.”

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes echoed Pacheco’s comments, saying, “There’s no weakness there.

“We’re going to do our very best. Defense, offense, special teams, they do it all. It’s always a great challenge and the stadium will be rocking, so we’re excited about the challenge.”

Allen finished 26 of 39 for 186 yards and a touchdown, and also ran for two scores. Allen finished with a team-leading 72 yards rushing to increase his career playoff total to 563, second-most among NFL quarterbacks in league history and behind only Steve Young (594).

Buffalo scored on four of its first five possessions, with Allen’s 13-yard TD pass to Khalil Shakir putting the Bills up 24-20 with 3:23 left in the third quarter.