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Watch the amazing Hampden YNWA as Celtic lift the Scottish Cup

Celtic fans were in fine voice as they celebrated their side’s dramatic victory in the final of the Scottish Cup.

A 90th minute strike from Adam Idah after Jack Butland fumbled a shot from Paulo Bernardo sealed the match as the hoops doubled up afer picking up the SPFL Premiership title earlier this month.

After dominating the first half but failing to score the second half was a struggle for the champions as they toiled to make inroads on Butland’s goal.

Idah replaced Kyogo Furuhashi in the 62nd minute, shortly after a close range effort from Abdallah Sima was disallowed for a push on Joe Hart by Nico Raskin.

Instantly the on loan Norwich City striker made his presence felt but it wasn’t his physical attributes that decided the final.

As Butland spilled Bernardo’s shot Idah had anticipated a second chance, sending the rebound under the former England keeper then racing off to celebrate with the Celtic support.

After a brief pause for a VAR check for a possible offside the goal stood with Celtic having to see off 10 minutes of stoppage time before being able to relax and celebrate.

Callum McGregor and Joe Hart collected the trophy in a half full stadium, after some pictures on the podium in front of the South Stand it was time to celebrate with the fans.

All of the players. substitutes and squad members were joined by the members of the backroom staff as they locked arms along the 18 yard line to salute the fans as they sang the emotive You’ll Never Walk Alone anthem.

It was a first trophy win for Idah but veterans McGregor and James Forrest celebrated just as enthusiastically despite having a combine tally of over 40 winners medals.

For Joe Hart it was the perfect send off, the veteran announced in February that he’d be retiring at the end of this season, over the last fortnight of his career he has taken his Celtic medal tally to seven out of nine.

Celtic have now won an incredible 19 of the last 24 domestic trophies in Scotland making them the most successful club in Scottish football history.

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CLICK HERE for SPFL Premiership table.


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