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Celtic clinch 'Triple Treble' with Scottish Cup win

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Celtic wrapped up a domestic Treble for an unprecedented third straight season after beating Hearts 2-1 in the Scottish Cup final on Saturday.

Having already won the league and League Cup titles, Celtic rallied at Hampden Park with a brace from striker Odsonne Edouard.

After an absorbing but goalless first half, Ryan Edwards struck from close range in the 52nd minute to put Hearts ahead.

Edouard leveled with a penalty just after the hour mark before firing in the dramatic winner with eight minutes...

Timothy Weah scores on Celtic debut to seal Scottish Cup progress

United States international Timothy Weah scored on his debut for Celtic as the Scottish champions beat Airdrieonians 3-0 to progress to the round of 16 of the Scottish Cup.

"It's really a dream come true,'' Weah told the BBC.

Weah, 18, is on loan from PSG and, 14 minutes after coming off the bench, ran onto a Dedryck Boyata through ball to put the finishing touches to the game with the final goal in the 83rd minute.

"It's a really good vibe,'' Weah told the BBC. "The boys have made me...

 By PA Sport

Celtic beat Motherwell in Scottish Cup final to claim historic double treble

Celtic secured an unprecedented successive domestic treble in commanding style with a 2-0 Scottish Cup final win over Motherwell at Hampden Park.

In a dominant display Callum McGregor fired the Hoops ahead in the 11th minute and fellow midfielder Olivier Ntcham doubled that lead after 25 minutes with a 25-yard drive.

Brendan Rodgers' side remained in control for the most part against their hard-working but outclassed opponents to also complete the cup double over Well, whom they beat 2-0 in the...

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Celtic, Rangers fans create 'Hampden Roar' almost as loud as jet engine

The "Hampden Roar" is as loud being right next to a roaring lion and almost as deafening as a jet engine taking off, according to a study at Sunday's Scottish Cup semifinal.

Sound experts recorded a peak noise of 115 decibels during Celtic's 4-0 victory over Rangers at Glasgow's Hampden Park.

The noise dwarfs levels recorded during a Press Association Sport study of Premier League grounds in 2014, which found Old Trafford topping the list at a peak of 84 decibels.

The results, recorded by Vanguardia...

Celtic hit four past 10-man Rangers to reach Scottish Cup final

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Celtic hammered hapless 10-man Rangers 4-0 at Hampden Park to book a William Hill Scottish Cup final date with Motherwell next month.

Tom Rogic swept the Hoops into the lead in the 22nd minute and fellow midfielder Callum McGregor made it 2-0 with a drive in the 38th minute of a startlingly one-sided encounter.

Five minutes after the break Gers defender Ross McCrorie was given a straight red card by referee Bobby Madden for denying Moussa Dembele an obvious goalscoring opportunity, and from the...