Celtic clinch unbeaten treble with late Scottish FA Cup win

CELTIC complete an unbeaten domestic treble after Tom Rogic scored an injury-time victor to sink Aberdeen in the dying minutes.

Aberdeen's lead lasted just two minutes as Armstrong hauled Celtic level.

The game looked destined for extra time before substitute Rogic scored a superb solo goal in the second minute of added on time to break the Dons' supporters hearts and ensure Celtic won the Scottish Cup for a record-extending 37th time.

Despite McNamara's admission, Celtic will need to perform well in the Champions League next season in order to prove that they are really worthy of being competitive amongst the elite teams of world football.

I got promoted there with Swansea and it is 46 games of graft and commitment. True, they lost 3-1 to the champions at Pittodrie this month but after a awful start to the game - they were three goals down after 11 minutes - Aberdeen actually played well. "But we came here to win so obviously there is real disappointment".

"I'm not trying to sell him Celtic fans, before they start battering the keyboards".

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The speculation emerged as Aberdeen bid to beat treble-chasing Celtic at Hampden on Saturday after finishing runners-up in the Betfred Cup and Ladbrokes Premiership.

Celtic this week celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Lisbon Lions becoming the first British club to win the European Cup. You could never of sat down - any manager - coming in at the beginning of the season and wrote down what we would have done.

"Of course, there has been a lot of things written and said in the last few months about what the players could or couldn't achieve in terms of going the season unbeaten".

Tom Rogic netted an injury time victor as Aberdeen's hopes of denying Celtic a domestic treble ended in disappointment. "We have put ourselves in a position to win it and all the squad are desperate to lift the cup again".

We know that if we turn up, we're the best team in Scotland.

"They've done it in the league already, which is an incredible achievement and we all give them plenty of credit for that".

  • Lawrence Cooper