Date: 5th November 2017 at 10:59am
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Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers was celebrating what he called an “incredible feat” having broken their own British record of 62 domestic games unbeaten.

The visitors secured a 4-0 success in their latest fixture against St Johnstone to surpass their previous best from exactly a century ago.

Scott Sinclair, Moussa Dembele and substitute Olivier Ntcham were each on target alongside a Steven Anderson own-goal at McDiarmid Park.

“Celtic holding that British record, it is special,” Rodgers told BBC Scotland. “It is an incredible feat by the players and a wonderful example of professionalism, of playing and creating high standards every day.

“The level of consistency is absolutely remarkable. As the run goes on, teams increase their level even more,” he added. “Every game against Celtic is a massive game. Everyone wants to be the team that beats Celtic.”