Celtic and Ange Postecoglou won the Scottish Premiership on Sunday afternoon at Tynecastle.

Kyogo Celtic

The Hoops weren’t at their best in the first half but as the game went on, they continually improved.

Kyogo eventually broke the deadlock on 67 minutes, finishing off a well-worked Celtic move.

Oh, who replaced the Japanese just after he scored, then bagged his side’s second with ten to go, clinically finishing from a dangerous Aaron Mooy cross.

These goals ensured the three points and title were coming back to Paradise and after the full time whistle, there was widespread celebrations.

The Celtic end was raucous and when Ange Postecoglou went over to applaud the support, the noise levels were cranked up a notch:

The 57-year-old was clearly loving it as he got close up and personal to the travelling fans who chanted his name with passion.

This will assuredly not be the last we see of these types of scenes this season with a title party and potential treble win still to come.


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