Celtic demonstrated their dominance in the Scottish Premiership by beating second placed Aberdeen 1-0 at Pittodrie this afternoon.
The Bhoys had already wrapped up the title with a win over Dundee last weekend, but were keen to beat Derek McInnes' men having seen the Dons lodge a real title challenge this season.
Celtic already beat Aberdeen 2-1 at Pittodrie earlier this season, and again clinched a narrow win over the Dons today, with captain Scott Brown playing the hero today.
Brown bagged the only goal of the game shortly after half time, starting and finishing an end-to-end move to hand Celtic another three points.
With just two games left this season, Celtic are near the finish line, and having already won the title, manager Deila can afford to give opportunities to fringe players, with Darnell Fisher starting the game at right back against Aberdeen.
Now 14 points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership, Celtic have once again proven that they are the top team in Scotland - and today's result illustrates that.
Aberdeen have had a sensational season, pushing Celtic all the way - but ultimately falling just short of Ronny Deila's men in the title race.