Scott Brown cemented his status as one of Celtic‘s all-time great captains yesterday at Hampden – and celebrated by sliding belly-first across the floor of the changing rooms in the bowls of the national stadium.
The Hoops skipper was left on the bench for yesterday’s hard-fought 1-0 win over Aberdeen but came on in the second-half for Tom Rogic as Brendan Rodgers looked to sure up the middle of the pitch in the closing stages.
Brown overtook Neil Lennon by winning his 17th major honour in yesterday’s match and the thrill of collecting silverware doesn’t seem to be abating for the 33-year-old veteran.
After taking hold of his latest gong, Brown retired to the changing rooms for a quite celebratory drink, as he calmly soaked up the victory with his team-mates:
Brown will now look to complete an historic ‘Treble Treble’ with his Parkhead colleagues by winning the Scottish Cup and Premiership in May, which would’ve seemed like a crazy thing to even suggest a few seasons ago.
Where do you think Brown ranks in the list of all-time great Celtic captains?