Incredible Celtic complete stunning season with unbeaten record intact
Celtic collected the Ladbrokes Premiership title as unbeaten champions thanks to a 2-0 victory over Hearts.
On a day of celebration at Celtic Park, Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong were on target as Brendan Rodgers' men ended the 38-game season without tasting defeat.
They have won 34 of those games and Armstrong's goal was their 106th of the campaign, the same as their points tally.
City rivals Rangers, who end the season 39 points behind Celtic, were 2-1 winners at St Johnstone.
They brought the curtain down on a campaign to forget thanks to goals from Kenny Miller and Jon Toral, with Graham Cummins pulling one back.
Between Celtic in first and Rangers in third sit Aberdeen, themselves 30 points off the pace, although they ended with the greatest swagger as they won 6-0 at Partick Thistle.
Scott Wright hit a hat-trick, Ryan Christie scored twice and Jonny Hayes also got in on the act.
Celtic's stunning season in numbers
Celtic ended Brendan Rodgers' first Ladbrokes Premiership season as manager with a host of Scottish league records.
106 - Celtic set a new record points total for the Scottish league. Their 2-0 win over Hearts ensured they finished the campaign on 106 points, beating the previous mark of 103, which was set by Martin O'Neill's Celtic side in 2002.
34 - The Hoops secured a record number of victories in a Scottish league season thanks to their win against Hearts, which took them past the 33-victory total that they achieved in 2001-02. Rangers also won 33 games in both 1991-92 and 1992-93 but had 44 games to do so rather than the 38 of Celtic.
106 - Celtic matched their points tally with their haul of goals. Stuart Armstrong's late effort against Hearts took them past the 105 goals scored by O'Neill's side in 2001-02, which was the previous best in the Premier era. Celtic's famous Lisbon Lions team scored 111 in 1966-67 before league reconstruction.
38 - Rodgers' side set a new, unbeatable run of games without defeat in a single season. The previous best had been a 32-match unbeaten run, set by O'Neill's Celtic side in the 2003-04 campaign. It was the first unbeaten season in the Scottish top flight since 1899, when Rangers matched Celtic's achievement of the previous year, but the campaign was only 18 games long in those days.
30 - The Parkhead side secured the biggest margin of points in Scottish football. Celtic won the league by 30 points from Aberdeen, who secured their own highest-ever tally of 76. It beat the 29-point margin which Celtic managed in 2013-14 when Neil Lennon's side finished well clear of Motherwell. But it was one short of regaining the European record, which Paris St Germain set last season.
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