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Monday Round-Up: The Morning After

Celtic v Rangers - Scottish Cup Semi-Final Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

THE BIG STORY: Everybody is still celebrating yesterday's dominant 2-0 win over Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final, which means we will face Aberdeen with treble on the line on May 27th. Continue the celebration by reading our match report and player ratings from yesterday's game, and check out our Facebook page for some photos and videos from the game.

Brendan Rodgers was delighted with the victory, but is unsure if Moussa Dembele will be fit for the cup final after his hamstring injury yesterday, which was the only issue on a great day for Celtic. Scott Brown stuck the knife into Rangers, claiming, quite correctly, that they don't have the quality to trouble Celtic. Next up for Celtic is of course another game against Rangers on Saturday at Ibrox, and yet another chance for us to prove that we are by far the best team in Scotland.

SITE NEWS: @GIGPOD were at the game yesterday, listen to their thoughts on the game here. Sadly, this episode doesn't feature your esteemed author, but it is still worth listening to.

ON THIS DAY: In 2003, Celtic recorded one of our greatest ever European nights, defeating Boavista 1-0 to reach the UEFA Cup Final. The game, which was almost indescribably tense, was settled by a Henrik Larsson goal with ten minutes to go, giving the Celts a 2-1 aggregate victory. The Bhoys were going to Seville!