Leigh Griffiths did his trademark celebration after Celtic won the Betfred Cup at Hampden today.
Goals from James Forrest and Moussa Dembele gave Celtic a comfortable victory over the ten man Steelmen.
Griffiths came on as a second-half substitute, and came close to adding to Celtic’s lead with a shot off the post and a header over the bar, but the game ended 2-0.
After the game, when Celtic were celebrating having retained the trophy, the Celtic striker was spotted on Twitter tying a Celtic scarf to one of the goalposts.
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This is not the first time Griffiths has done this, as he memorably tied a Celtic scarf to a goalpost at Ibrox following Celtic’s 5-1 victory over Rangers last season.
Celtic have now won four trophies out of four since Brendan Rodgers took over as Celtic manager in May 2016.
The Hoops are also currently on a British record of 65 games unbeaten, which is the best run in British football in 100 years.
The Bhoys are also close to clinching Europa League football after Christmas, as they currently sit three points ahead of Anderlecht in the Champions League group stage.
Celtic are next in action on Wednesday, in a rematch against today’s opponents Motherwell at Fir Park.
In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers saluted his side after they won the Betfred Cup