Week 3 of the NFL season kicked off with a thrilling matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the New York Giants at Levi's Stadium

The Giants, coming off a dramatic comeback win in Week 2, were looking to keep the momentum going. But the 49ers, led by quarterback Brock Purdy, had other plans

Both teams were missing key players due to injury, with Saquon Barkley sidelined for the Giants and Brandon Aiyuk unavailable for the 49ers

The game started with both teams trading field goals, with Jake Moody converting a 28-yarder for the 49ers and Graham Gano nailing a 44-yard kick for the Giants

49ers star defensive end Nick Bosa made his presence felt with a crucial sack on Daniel Jones, setting the tone for the 49ers' defense

On a critical third-and-12 play, Purdy found George Kittle, who weaved his way through the defense, leading to a 4-yard touchdown run by Christian McCaffrey

The Giants managed to stay in the game with a 57-yard field goal by Graham Gano just before halftime

Christian McCaffrey's touchdown in the first half set an NFL record, as he scored in his 12th consecutive game, including playoffs, matching the legendary Jerry Rice

In the second half, the Giants made an effort to come back, capitalizing on penalties and scoring an 8-yard touchdown run by Matt Breida

Deebo Samuel dazzled with a 40-yard pickup, showing incredible agility and strength

The 49ers continued to extend their lead with a field goal drive and a 27-yard touchdown pass from Purdy to Samuel

The 49ers defense sealed the victory with an interception by Talanoa Hufanga

In the end, the San Francisco 49ers emerged victorious, winning 30-12 and remaining undefeated atop the NFC West