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The Best Celebrations From Inside Celtic Dressing Room After Betfred Cup Win

The Best Celebrations From Inside Celtic Dressing Room After Betfred Cup Win

Celtic managed to clinch their seventh consecutive domestic trophy this afternoon at Hampden, prompting jubilant celebrations from the club’s fans – and some of their players too.

The Premiership champions tightened their vice-like grip on Scottish football by seeing off a stubborn Aberdeen side 1-0 at the national stadium, with Ryan Christie’s strike in first-half stoppage time enough to separate the two sides.

As we’ve told you earlier, manager Brendan Rodgers ranks the victory as the most satisfying trophy he’s ever won as Celtic manager, and it seems to be a particularly sweet win for his squad too.
As you may have expected, Kieran Tierney brought his megaphone to engage with supporters, whilst Christie and Filip Benkovic danced to some old school tunes in the bowls of Hampden:

Personally, our most entertaining moment was when Rodgers managed to drop the League Cup’s plinth as he collected his latest piece of silverware, and perhaps he has so many trophies that he’s just happy to thrown them away now:

What do you think of Celtic’s latest achievement?

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