Glasgow, April 30: Celtic clinched the Scottish Premier League title in emphatic style by demolishing its bitter cross-city rival Glasgow Rangers 5-0 at Celtic Park here.
Brendan Rodgers’ side romped to victory with a relentless and confident display of attacking football, while its Old Firm rival Rangers, whose form has dipped in recent matches unaided by the news that head coach Graeme Murty was on his way out, never looked convincing, reports Efe.
With a brace from Odsonne Édouard and goals James Forrest, Tom Rogic and Callum McGregor, Celtic on Sunday secured its 7th league victory in a row.
Rangers are currently in 3rd place in the SPL, behind Aberdeen, with just three games to go.
The Hoops’ victory on Sunday came two weeks after they beat Rangers 4-0 in the Scottish Cup semi-final. IANS