Celtic won their fourth trophy since Brendan Rodgers' arrival as they beat Scottish Premiership rivals Motherwell at Hampden Park.
Celtic made it four domestic trophies out of four since Brendan Rodgers' arrival at Parkhead last summer, as they beat Motherwell 2-0 at Hampden Park in a game they looked comfortable in for large parts of the contest.
Goals from James Forrest and Scott Sinclair gave the Hoops the win against Well and ensured that their incredible unbeaten run in domestic competition continues.
Few expected Celtic to slip up, even in the wake of their Champions League hammering from Paris Saint-Germain in midweek, and they lived up to expectation, retaining the first trophy that Rodgers lifted as Celtic manager.
And perhaps one image from the game best sums up what Rodgers has turned Celtic into since his arrival. The Bhoys were fairly dominant under Ronny Deila, but they have clearly stepped up several gears under the former Liverpool boss - winning every domestic trophy in sight and establishing themselves back on the European stage this term.
The photo in question shows striker Leigh Griffiths tying a Celtic scarf around the post at Hampden Park. And, of course, the gesture is unsurprising given how Celtic have turned the ground into their other fortress along with Celtic Park, having won yet another final at the ground, along with all the semi-finals they have also clinched since Rodgers' arrival.
And worryingly for the rest of the Scottish Premiership sides, the gulf between themselves and the rest seems so considerable right now that it would be no surprise to see Griffiths tying the scarf round the post at the national stadium several more times in the future.
Leigh Griffiths ties a Celtic scarf to a goal post after winning the Betfred League Cup during the Betfred League Cup Final