By Danny Wright
Former Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam has boldly claimed that Celtic go unbeaten against this season after their routine 3-0 win over Aberdeen on Wednesday night.
The Hoops breezed past the Dons at Pittodrie despite murmurs before kick-off that Derek McInnes’ men may be able to take advantage of a fatigued side as they are widely seen as the second best team in Scotland.
Aberdeen were level on points with the Bhoys at the top of the table before losing ground in the Premiership title race thanks to goals from Kieran Tierney and Moussa Dembele, who scored his second brace in two games.
After the game, ex-Ibrox player Adam, 31, tweeted that he doubts anyone will be able to stop Celtic this season after their domestic unbeaten run was extended to 61 games.
“Can Celtic go this season undefeated again? If this is the so called second best team in Scotland no one will stop them,” he said on his personal Twitter account.
Can Celtic go this season undefeated again. If this is the so called 2nd best team in Scotland no one will stop them.
— Charlie Adam (@Charlie26Adam) October 25, 2017
Adam began his professional career with Rangers in 2003 before moving south of the border with Blackpool.
A poor spell at Liverpool followed before he joined Stoke in 2012.
Scotland international Adam still regularly tweets about Scottish football, including last week when he called for Rangers to sign more British players following their loss to Motherwell in the League Cup final despite most of Caixinha’s side being either English or Scottish.
In other Celtic news, James McClean has delivered an emphatic verdict on the Hoops’ win against Aberdeen.