Celtic have won the Scottish Premiership yet again with Ange Postecoglou making it two out of two titles under his management.
The Bhoys deservedly won 2-0 at Tynecastle courtesy of goals from striking duo Kyogo and Oh.
Here are three things we learned from the match.
Kyogo Hits Duo Of Milestones
Celtic forward Kyogo Furuhashi broke the deadlock on 67 minutes this afternoon with a goal that helped him hit two personal milestones.
Firstly, the Japanese made it 30 in all competitions for 2022/23 and secondly, his strike marked his 50th as a whole for Celtic.
Kyogo continues to hit new heights and for his side, is nothing but reliable in terms of goals.
Subs Make A Difference
Celtic weren’t at their best up until late on today.
Ange Postecoglou made a number of changes in the second half, many of which made a difference, particularly Aaron Mooy and Oh.
The Australian looked sharp in the middle of the park and with ten to go, got free in the box. He played it accurately across goal and Oh was there to skilfully knock home.
Yet again, the strength in depth of Celtic’s squad was shown with the impact of this duo whose contributions got the Bhoys over the line.
Celtic Are Relentless Champions
With this win, Celtic are champions of Scotland once more.
It is the club’s 53rd ever and eleventh in the past twelve years.
Throughout the 2022/23 campaign, Postecoglou’s men were a cut above everyone else.
Goals were common as ever throughout the season and the fact Celtic lost just one game and drew two in the league is even more impressive.
Going forward, the champions will look to keep going and never stop with them being just one game away from a treble.