SCINTIlLLATING Scott Sinclair hit a scorching treble as he hammered in a hat-trick as he propelled Celtic to their sixth Premiership title.
It was an exceptional triumph for Celtic as they put on a class display in the countries capitol city.
Brendan Rodgers’ men have gone unbeaten all season, dropping just four points in 30 matches since the Northern Irishman’s arrival.
The victory secures a maiden title for Rodgers in his first season in Scotland.
He afforded defender Kolo Toure a rare outing late on, with the Ivorian not starting a game since December.
Celtic will now look to go through their remaining eight games without defeat to ensure another incredible feat.
Skipper Scott Brown said: “Football-wise it’s been top notch, the manager has recruited great players and brought belief to everyone. We have really pushed on this season.
“The target remains one game at a time. We’ve got a big game on Wednesday, so we’ll go back to working hard in training.”
TEAM: Gordon, Lustig,(sub, Gamboa 80) Boyata,(sub, Toure 87), Simunovic, Tierney, Brown; Armstrong, Forrest, McGregor, Sinclair, Roberts (sub; MacKay-Steven).