Scottish Champions Celtic have completed the entire season without losing a single match, in what has been an incredible season for the Glasgow giants.
Manager Brendan Rodgers, former Liverpool boss, has seen his side win 34 league encounters and drawing four.
His domestic record now stands at 46 games without defeat as they head for a possible treble next weekend against second place Aberdeen, in the Scottish Cup Final.
Celtic were the last team to go undefeated in Scotland, way back in 1898 but back then, they only played 18 matches per season.
Celtic signed off on Sunday with a 2-0 win over hearts at Celtic Park.
The victory sees them end the season with 106 points, 106 goals scored and a goal difference of 81.
They finished 30 points clear of Aberdeen and a whopping 39 points clear of arch-rivals Rangers.
Should Celtic defeat Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup Final, Rodgers will become only the third Celtic manager to complete a treble, following in the footsteps of the great Jock Stein and Martin O’Neil.
Source : BBC
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