Celtic have won the Scottish Premiership for the second season running. Ange Postecoglou has made it two out of in terms of titles, proving himself as a vastly successful Hoops gaffer thus far.
The title win was confirmed following a deserved 2-0 victory for the Bhoys at Tynecastle on Sunday afternoon.
Unsurprisingly, Kyogo opened the scoring on 67 minutes after a well worked move.
Callum McGregor played Reo Hatate in behind magnificently before the Japanese knocked across goal for his fellow countryman who couldn’t miss:
🗣️ "It's so typical of Celtic's talisman!"
Celtic are in front at Tynecastle courtesy of Kyogo! Watch the action Live on Sky 📺 pic.twitter.com/kjbr7IZZbh
— Sky Sports Scotland (@ScotlandSky) May 7, 2023
The Bhoys seemed to click into gear following this and South Korean centre forward Oh, who came on for Kyogo as a sub, got the second.
Aaron Mooy got free on the left and played it across goal for Oh. The 22 year old finished with skill to make it 2-0:
Mooy ➡️ OHHH!#HEACEL | #cinchPrem | #COYBIG🍀pic.twitter.com/4CZpgUuAu7
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 7, 2023
After this, Celtic continued to go for more but had to settle for just the two goals.
That will in no way disappoint anyone involved with the Hoops who are champions again.