Celtic beat Hearts to be crowned 'invincible' Scottish champions

Scottish champions Celtic beat Hearts 2-0 on Sunday afternoon to complete their Premiership season unbeaten.Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong secured all three points for Brendan Rodgers' side to crown off an amazing league season and with that become the first team to go an entire Scottish top flight season unbeaten since 1898-99 - when the league season was only 18 games long.

They join Arsenal and Juventus in being unbeaten over a 38-game league season - with Celtic defender Kolo Toure part of the Arsenal 'invincibles' of 2003-04.


Celtic will now travel to Hampden Park on Saturday to play Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup Final as they look to secure their first domestic treble since 2001.

Unbeaten in 46 domestic games this season, and 31 games in all competitions since losing to Barcelona at the end of November in the Champions League, Celtic secured their sixth title in a row at the start of April.



Before the match, Celtic fans paid tribute to the legendary Lisbon Lions side on the 50th anniversary of their European Cup win in 1967.

Tributes were paid via social media to Celtic's invincibles, what do you make of Celtic's feat?

Last Ditch Tackle is unashamedly passionate about Scottish football, with a heavy Celtic slant.