Celtic kept alive their hopes of a domestic treble as they brushed aside fierce rivals Rangers in the semi-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup at Hampden Park on Sunday.
In a match riddled with controversy over some banners displayed ahead of the match, Celtic put in a dominant performance as they recorded a 2-0 win over their city rivals. Goals from Callum McGregor and Scott Sinclair ensured a comfortable evening for the Scottish Champions as they set up a Scottish Cup final clash with Aberdeen.
It was Celtic’s fourth victory over Rangers this season with the result well and truly establishing Celtic’s dominance in Glasgow this season. Apart from the results, it was the expression of one man in particular after the match that best personified Celtic’s overwhelming dominance over their fierce rivals.
The manner of Celtic captain Scott Brown walking smugly at full time will have convinced even the most ardent Gers fans that their team still has a long way to go in terms of challenging Celtic any time soon. Check out the walk below –
Morning to everyone walking into work like this today…… pic.twitter.com/W4OoVsqFUE
— CelticGoals (@CelticGoals) April 24, 2017