Celtic completed a perfect Scottish Premiership season on Sunday when their 2-0 victory over Hearts meant that they had gone the entire league campaign without experiencing defeat.
Brendan Rodgers‘ side added the Scottish Premiership title to the Scottish League Cup that they won in November, and will look to make it a domestic treble on Saturday, when they meet Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup final.
Celtic make it their sixth consecutive league title, continuing their dominance of Scottish football. This, however, was their most impressive. Winning thirty four of their thirty eight games, scoring one hundred and six goals and registering one hundred and six points.
This Celtic team now joins the likes of the 2003-04 Arsenal team and 2011-12 Juventus team, who also managed to complete a thirty eight game league campaign unbeaten.
For now, the Glasgow team will celebrate such a fantastic achievement, but manager Brendan Rodgers knows that this is just the beginning. Scottish football is often on the receiving end of criticism, and the former Liverpool manager now has to work out how he can get his team to compete seriously on the European stage.