Celtic have now won the Scottish Premiership title after Dundee United's win over Aberdeen today, but Celtic only have their hands on the title because they beat Dundee on Friday night.
Deila's men romped to a comfortable 5-0 win at Celtic Park, with goals from Leigh Griffiths, Scott Brown, Kris Commons, James Forrest and Nir Bitton.
We saw a header from Griffiths, a penalty from Commons and a long-range screamer from Bitton, but it was Brown's goal which stole the headlines.
A reporter from Sky Sports told Commons after the game that in the build-up to Brown's goal, every single Celtic player touched the ball.
Commons responded by saying how impressive the stat was, before noting that it was a sign of their development under Deila and the confidence the team currently has.
"I didn't know that actually - that's quite a good stat!" said Commons. "It just shows you that we're making good progress and that our goals are not really fluky. It typifies the way we're playing and the confidence we've got," he added.
Celtic's style of play has certainly changed under Deila, and the high-tempo system has taken some getting used to for Celtic's players, but now they look to be developing nicely under the Norwegian - setting the Bhoys up well for next season.