We don’t care if you’re plying your trade in Scotland, the United States, Australia, Brazil, or South Africa, that record in a league season is incredible.
Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong scored to lead Celtic past Hearts on Sunday, a 2-0 win that clinched an unbeaten season in the Scottish Premiership under first year coach — and ex-Liverpool boss — Brendan Rodgers.
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The last year to see a team go unbeaten through the league season started with an 18 in front of it, with Rangers doing the trick in 1898-99. Soccer was a bit different 118 years ago.
If Celtic beats Aberdeen in next weekend’s Scottish Cup final, it will have its first domestic treble in 16 years.