Celtic have won the domestic treble in Scotland yet again this season.
Neil Lennon’s side got the better of Hearts 2-1 at Hampden Park in Glasgow in the Scottish Cup final.
The result means that the Glasgow giants have clinched the domestic treble for the third season in a row.
Celtic midfielder Brown has taken to Twitter and Instagram to revel in the win, and the 33-year-old - who has been on the books of the Hoops since the summer of 2007 when he joined from Hibernian for a transfer fee reported by The Guardian to be worth £4.4 million - has mocked the club’s detractors who stated that the Hoops were not having a good season.
Treble treble. Poor season lads. Love you all https://t.co/rJlmsCJuLW— Scott Brown (@ScottBrown8) May 26, 2019
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Celtic’s football this campaign was not as great as it has been in recent years, and the Hoops also had to get over Brendan Rodgers leaving his managerial role at Celtic Park to move to Leicester City in the Premier League.
However, it cannot be denied that what the Bhoys have done this season is remarkable and truly historic.
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