clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Craig Gordon On Celtic's Invincible Treble

Plus Callum McGregor on his relief that Aberdeen didn't punish his mistake

Celtic v Aberdeen - William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Craig Gordon celebrates with Scott Brown after the Scottish Cup Final
Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images

Craig Gordon has been discussing Celtic's achievements this season, revealing that the players first spoke about the prospect of doing an unbeaten treble whilst on the mid-season break in January.

Gordon also revealed that his celebration (which you can see below) when Tom Rogic scored the winning goal was all about 'emotion', as the cup had been secured in such dramatic fashion, and that his career is finally what it should be after so many years of injury problems.

Meanwhile Callum McGregor has spoken of his relief that Aberdeen did not take advantage of his mistake to take the lead early in the second-half, with Kenny McLean missing practically an open goal. Thankfully the Bhoys went on to win the treble and the player can look back on his best season so far with Celtic.