'Incredible' - Neil Lennon raves about Celtic historic run
Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has paid tribute to the current team for their British run of domestic matches without defeat.
Lennon’s Hibs side are next in line to try and the stop the Scottish champions from stretching the record to 68 games.
As quoted by BBC Sport, Lennon was fulsome in his praise of the team he used to manage, describing the record as “incredible”.
“It’s testament to the mentality of the players, the never-say-die attitude, and also the abundance of quality that they have in their squad as well,” he said.
“They’ve been imperious, really. Four trophies in a row – excellent. Incredible achievement.”
Lennon was Celtic manager between 2010 and 2014 and in that time won a host of trophies including three Scottish Premiership titles.
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The Bhoys will be looking to bounce-back from a poor performance in their final Champions League group game against Anderlecht, after they lost 1-0 at Celtic Park to end their campaign with three defeats at home.
Despite the defeat, they did qualify for the last 32 of the Europa League, and will find out who they are playing when the draw is made on the 11th of December.
Celtic go into the game against Hibs with a healthy lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership, as they sit four points clear of Aberdeen with two games in hand.
The Hoops have a busy schedule in December, including an away visit to Tynecastle to take on Hearts as well as home games against Aberdeen and old foes Rangers.
In other Celtic news, Chris Sutton has lamented Celtic’s poor home form in the Champions League