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Photo – Mikael Lustig with his hands on his head before Edouard’s goal for Celtic

Photo – Mikael Lustig with his hands on his head before Edouard’s goal for Celtic

If you’re a Celtic fan, you’re probably still buzzing from the 2-1 win against Hearts in the Scottish Cup final. The treble of trebles!

Never done before and may never happen again, Celtic FC are at the pinnacle of Scottish football. To win the league, League Cup and the Scottish Cup 3 times in 3 years is truly an incredible feat.

Mikael Lustig knew Celtic were about to create history

You can see below what it meant to vice-captain Mikael Lustig. Lustig knew that the ball was going in and put his arms on his head to show disbelief.

He could not believe that it was happening. The emotions are truly visible.

Lustig with his hands on his head before Edouard's goal for Celtic

The determination and hard-work required to be at the top for so long and showcase such amazing consistency is really worth mentioning.

Players such as Kieran Tierney and Odsonne Edouard are young exciting stars that are capturing the eyes of top European clubs.

Celtic has been dominating Scottish Football and it looks like they are going to continue their dominance for a while. The Bhoys have been the most consistent and competitive team in the Scottish and off late, due to Rangers being in poor form, Celtic have been able to create history that will most likely not happen again.

Pre-season plans

The Celtic players will have some well deserved rest now as the season has come to an end. They will return to the club and prepare for the next season with training camps in Switzerland and Austria. They will face SC Pinkafeld, Wiener Neustadt and FC St. Gallen.