Celtic completed the treble after they beat Aberdeen 2-1 at Hampden Park to lift the Scottish Cup, Jonny Hayes gave Aberdeen the lead, before Stuart Armstrong equalise for Celtic and a superb solo effort from Tom Rogic sealed Celtic's treble in the final seconds of the game.Aberdeen took the lead after just nine minutes as Hayes slotted home a half volley past Craig Gordon in the Celtic goal.

Their lead lasted just two minutes as Stuart Armstrong popped up to fire his low shot into the far corner of the Dons goal from the edge of the box.

Celtic's young player of the year, Kieran Tierney, was substituted after just half an hour after he was on the receiving end of an elbow from Dons striker Jayden Stockley - who escaped a booking.

Into the second half and Celtic upped the pressure on the Dons defence but Rodgers' side could not find a way through until the dying minutes of the game.

With Aberdeen sitting deeper as the game went on, Rogic latched onto a ball just inside the Dons half and didn't look back as he drove forward before slotting a shot between Joe Lewis in goal and the post.

A cruel blow for the Dons, but Celtic didn't care as relief at the goal turned to ecstasy.



It is the 37th time that Celtic won the Scottish Cup and the fourth treble they have won, with the last being won by Martin O'Neill in his debut season in 2001.


The victory also secures an unbeaten treble - the first side in Scottish football to ever do it.

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