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Celtic v Aberdeen - William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Brendan Rodgers holds the Scottish Cup aloft after the game
Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

THE BIG STORY: Celtic's 2-1 victory over Aberdeen in yesterday's Scottish Cup Final is still the main topic of conversation, as the feats of Celtic's incredible achievements begin to sink in. An unbeaten league season couple with a domestic treble, we will never see the likes of this again, and this team deserves to considered as one of the best in Celtic's history. Captain Scott Brown was certainly delighted, calling the win the 'best feeling' he has had as Celtic captain, whilst match winner Tom Rogic described scoring the winning goal as 'amazing'. In other news related to the game, Kieran Tierney may require surgery after he was elbowed by one of Aberdeen's many hatchet men. Tierney's celebrations after the game were undeniably a highlight, he certainly understands what Celtic are all about. We'll have more on this wonderful season on the site throughout the week, but in the meantime here's Celtic TV's coverage of the trophy celebrations.

OTHER NEWS: The 'Henrik's Heroes vs Lubo's Legends' charity match is taking place at Celtic Park today, featuring a host of Celtic legends and celebrity Celtic fans playing at Parkhead. We'll keep you posted on any news from the game.

ON THIS DAY: In 2005, Martin O'Neill ended his last game as Celtic manager as a winner, as a deflected Alan Thompson shot defeated Dundee United 1-0 in the Scottish Cup Final. Craig Bellamy was deservedly named man of the match but the game was really all about O'Neill.