Tom Rogic scored a last-gasp goal to seal a Scottish Cup triumph for Celtic this afternoon, meaning Brendan Rodgers’ side have now secured a historic domestic treble.
Aberdeen looked dangerous for long stages of the match, scoring an early goal through Jonny Hayes – which surely startled the Celtic hierarchy.
However, the longer the game went on, the more secure Celtic appeared as they dominated possession and wasted a hat-full of chances.
And while the Dons performed valiantly to try and contain a Celtic onslaught, a fantastic inspired-run by Rogic tore Derek McInnes’ defence apart and secured a 2-1 win:
Rogic’s late winner caps a magnificent season for the Hoops, who went the entire campaign in both league and cup competitions without losing a match.
However, it will surely come as a moment of heartbreak for the Aberdeen supporters who travelled to Hampden only to see their team fall at the final hurdle.