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HOW THE LEAGUES WERE WON: PART 6

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HEARTS 0 CELTIC 5 (April 2, 2017)

BRENDAN RODGERS sealed the club’s “Invincible” season in his debut campaign with a capital performance in Edinburgh.

The dominant force in the country performed with style and flourish as they pulverised their opponents with a ruthless display possessing a genuine cutting edge that shredded Craig Levein’s side who must have been relieved to hear the final whistle.

A spectacular Scott Sinclair hat-trick piloted the team to title No.6 with two of his goals arriving in three first-half minutes as the title kings turned on the turbo-chargers.

Midfielder Stuart Armstrong added a third and Patrick Roberts scored a wonderful fourth before Sinclair notched his third from the spot with
seven minutes remaining. The Hoops went on to capture domestic treble without losing a game in a captivating campaign to treasure.

TEAM: Gordon; Lustig (sub: Gamboa), Boyata (sub: Toure), Simunovic, Tierney; Brown, Armstrong; Forrest, McGregor, Roberts (Mackay-Steven); Sinclair.

A WORD IN YOUR EAR…Brendan Rodgers speaks to Leigh Griffiths.

WINNING DEBUT…Scott Sinclair nets the clincher against Hearts at Tynecastle in August.

DEMBELE DELIGHT…mighty Moussa turns away after scoring against the Ibrox side.

UP AND AT ‘EM…Mikael Lustig piles on the pressure.

HAPPY HOGMANAY…Scott Sinclair slots the winner past Wes Foderingham at Ibrox.

THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT…Tom Rogic is congratulated by Patrick Roberts after a wonder strike at Pittodrie.

VOLLEY GOOD SHOW…Patrick Roberts hammers in a goal against Partick Thistle.

KISSES…Patrick Roberts is congratulated by Scott Brown.

IT TAKES TWO…Brendan Rodgers gets up close and personal with Leigh Griffiths.

SKIPPER AND THE SUPPORT…Scott Brown in front of the Celtic fans.

SILVERWARE SMILES…Kieran Tierney celebrates.

HAPPY DAZE…Leigh Griffiths and Scott Brown with the trophy.

HAPPY FAMILIES…Scott Sinclair with partner Helen Flanagan and daughter Matilda.

MEDALLION MAN…Brendan Rodgers with the spoils.

CHAMPIONS…Scott Brown holds aloft the trophy yet again.

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