Celtic beat Motherwell 2-0 on Sunday to retain the Scottish League Cup.
Brendan Rodgers wrote himself into the Celtic history books by leading them to a fourth successive domestic trophy with Sunday’s 2-0 Scottish League Cup final win over Motherwell.
The Northern Irishman is the first manager since the legendary Jock Stein 47 years ago to achieve this feat with the Bhoys, who scored through James Forrest and Moussa Dembele.
If this silverware streak and a 64-game unbeaten domestic run wasn’t enough, the former Liverpool boss has also won the hearts of the Celtic fans with his charm, passion and grace.
Rodgers’ classiness was epitomised with his end-of-game gesture at Hampden Park, as he gave his Scottish League Cup winners’ medal to a shocked young Celtic supporter in the crowd.
This video shows the moment that Rodgers gave a little girl a memory and souvenir that will last a lifetime.
Pure class— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) November 26, 2017
Brendan Rodgers made this young Celtic fan's day pic.twitter.com/dGjaH1IgVW
Celtic’s domination of Scottish football means that the 44-year-old is destined to pick up more winners’ medals before the end of the season, so another lucky fan could benefit from Rodgers’ generosity.
Keep at least one for yourself though, Brendan; you deserve it.