If there was any doubt about the destination of the Scottish Premiership title then that was all but eradicated this weekend after Celtic pulled another two points clear and twelve in total ahead of city rivals Rangers.
With the Gers throwing away yet another lead, the Hoops went into their game against Kilmarnock at Parkhead looking to hammer another nail into the coffin and heap further misery onto Steven Gerrard’s side.
After a sticky start in which Killie took the lead, Neil Lennon’s side recovered and ended up comfortable winners with Leigh Griffiths returning to the starting line-up to put the icing on the cake of a 3-1 win.
Lennon’s side are now on remarkable run having won every domestic game in 2020 and have dropped points in just one game since September.
Have Celtic won the league?
Celtic fans took to Twitter at the final whistle to celebrate yet another win and – probably, barring a miracle – 9-in-a-row.
IT’S PARTY TIME 🎉 pic.twitter.com/oKaZvv3jVl
— connor 🇮🇪 (@hctelfih) February 23, 2020
— D C (@DOOGZ1888) February 23, 2020
Lenny Schooling every manager in the league
— Martin Griffin ✊ (@mgriffin8622) February 23, 2020
12 lovely big plump points…😁😄🙂
— Jim W (@fieldgunner12) February 23, 2020
Good days work 9 in a row and 1 more to go!
— michael magee (@Kelton59P) February 23, 2020
Rangers:12 points behind
Trains:plz mind the gap
— Irish_Aiden (@IrishAiden1) February 23, 2020
Despite many doubting the appointment of Lennon, he has not only maintained the club’s dominance of Scottish football but he has taken them to the next level to the extent that they now look unbeatable on their way to a fourth consecutive treble.