Scott Sinclair helped himself to a hat-trick as a rampant Celtic claimed a sixth straight Scottish Premiership title with a 5-0 walloping of Hearts at Tynecastle.
It is the Glasgow club's 48th national title, and their first under Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers, whose side have astonishingly yet to sample defeat in Scotland this season.
Celtic have gone 37 matches undefeated in Scotland, and only have eight more games to negotiate to create history by going unbeaten for an entire league season.
Rodgers also takes his side to Hampden Park to face Rangers on April 23 in the Scottish Cup semi-finals with a domestic treble looming.
A victory over their bitter Glasgow rivals would see them face Aberdeen or Hibernian in the final on May 27 needing a victory to ensure Rodgers becomes only the third manager in the club's history alongside Jock Stein and Martin O'Neill to win the domestic treble of Scottish Premiership, Scottish League Cup and Scottish Cup.
"Football-wise it's been top notch, the manager has recruited great players and brought belief to everyone. We have really pushed on this season," said Celtic captain Scott Brown.
Celtic are 25 points clear of second-placed Aberdeen with 86 points from 30 matches, needing 14 points from their final eight matches to break the century mark.
Judging by the way they dismantled Hearts on Sunday, it is difficult to see who is going to halt them. Even without the injured forward duo of Moussa Dembele and Leigh Griffiths, Celtic were in complete control against a home side who were simply run ragged.
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