Ex-Celtic player turned football pundit Chris Sutton has taken to social networking site Twitter to express his reaction after his former side won the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
With this, Brendan Rodgers’ side became the first Scottish side to win successive domestic treble after thrashing Motherwell 2-0 in the Scottish Cup final.
The BT Sport pundit was following the game, and he tweeted below after the final whistle:
.@btsportfootball Invincibles to History makers 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 Outstanding achievement from Brendan Rodgers and the Celtic team👏👏👏
— Chris Sutton (@chris_sutton73) May 19, 2018
Celtic took an early lead through Callum McGregor’s brilliant half-volley strike at Hampden Park in the 11th minute.
Olivier Ntcham finds the net after a further 10 minutes to double to Celtic’s advantage in the first half.
Motherwell responded strongly after the break but their effort were futile. Curtis Main was denied by Craig Gordon and Gael Bigirimana’s free-kick hit the crossbar.
This is an incredible achievement and great height from Rodgers who guided the Hoops to domestic treble in consecutive seasons. This also enhanced the club’s reputation as the most successful club in the Scottish Cup with their 38th title.
The Hoops had 61% possession during the game, and they registered 16 shots of which six were on target, according to stats as collated by BBC Sport.