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  • Here we go ... it's 63-in-in-a-row

    Here we go ... it's 63-in-in-a-row

    By: Newsroom Staff on 04 Nov, 2017 17:31

  • BRENDAN Rodgers' Celtic side have created history with their 4-0 victory over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park. The result extends the Hoops' unbeaten domestic run to 63 games, surpassing the previous record that was set between 1915-17 by Willie Maley's Celtic team.

    The current run is not only a club record, but a new British football record, and it is testament to the quality, consistency and character in the Celtic squad.

    It began with the final game of the 2015/16 season when the Hoops, receiving their league trophy after the game in recognition of their fifth title in a row, beat Motherwell 7-0 at Celtic Park. 

    Kieran Tierney got the scoring underway on the 21st minute with his first ever goal for the club, while Ryan Christie also netted his first Celtic goal and substitute Jack Aitchison completed the scoring, becoming the youngest player to both play and score for Celtic.

    Now, with the 4-0 win over St Johnstone, Brendan Rodgers' side have created more history, having already secured the domestic treble last season as Invincibles. Now, they will be aiming to make it 64 games unbeaten when they take on Ross County in a fortnight's time.

    Speaking after the game, the Irishman said: “As manager I just said thank you to the players, because for everyone at the club - Celtic supporters and staff and everyone involved - it’s a really special day.

    “You look back to that team that Willie Maley had when he was manager here. People of my age will be aware of guys like Patsy Gallacher and that type of player because of how great that team was and what they achieved. For us to go one game beyond that is a really special feeling and we would never have imagined that.”

    Season 2015/16
    1. SPFL: 15 May 2016, Celtic 7-0 Motherwell

    Season 2016/17
    2. SPFL: 07 Aug 2016, Hearts 1-2 Celtic
    3. LC:10 Aug 2016, Celtic 5-0 Motherwell
    4. SPFL: 20 Aug 2016, St Johnstone 2-4 Celtic
    5. SPFL: 27 Aug 2016, Celtic 4-1 Aberdeen
    6. SPFL: 10 Sep 2016, Celtic 5-1 Rangers
    7. SPFL: 18 Sep 2016, Inverness CT 2-2 Celtic
    8. LC: 21 Sep 2016, Celtic 2-0 Alloa Athletic
    9. SPFL: 24 Sep 2016, Celtic 6-1 Kilmarnock
    10. SPFL: 01 Oct 2016, Dundee 0-1 Celtic
    11. SPFL: 15 Oct 2016, Celtic 2-0 Motherwell
    12. LC: 23 Oct 2016, Rangers 0-1 Celtic
    13. SPFL: 26 Oct 2016, Ross County 0-4 Celtic
    14. SPFL: 29 Oct 2016, Aberdeen 0-1 Celtic
    15. SPFL 05 Nov 2016, Celtic 3-0 Inverness CT
    16. SPFL 18 Nov 2016, Kilmarnock 0-1 Celtic
    17. LCF: 27 Nov 2016, Aberdeen 0-3 Celtic
    18. SPFL: 03 Dec 2016, Motherwell 3-4 Celtic
    19. SPFL: 09 Dec 2016, Partick Thistle 1-4 Celtic
    20. SPFL: 13 Dec 2016, Celtic 1-0 Hamilton Accies
    21. SPFL: 17 Dec 2016, Celtic 2-1 Dundee
    22. SPFL: 20 Dec 2016, Celtic 1-0 Partick Thistle
    23. SPFL: 24 Dec 2016, Hamilton Accies 0-3 Celtic
    24. SPFL: 28 Dec 2016, Celtic 2-0 Ross County
    25. SPFL: 31 Dec 2016, Rangers 1-2 Celtic
    26. SC: 22 Jan 2017, Albion Rovers 0-3 Celtic
    27. SPFL: 25 Jan 2017, Celtic 1-0 St Johnstone
    28. SPFL: 29 Jan 2017, Celtic 4-0 Hearts
    29. SPFL: 01 Feb 2017, Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen
    30. SPFL: 05 Feb 2017, St Johnstone 2-5 Celtic
    31. SC: 11 Feb 2017, Celtic 6-0 Inverness CT
    32. SPFL: 18 Feb 2017, Celtic 2-0 Motherwell
    33. SPFL: 25 Feb 2017, Celtic 2-0 Hamilton Accies
    34. SPFL: 01 Mar 2017, Inverness CT 0-4 Celtic
    35. SC: 05 Mar 2017, Celtic 4-1 St Mirren
    36. SPFL: 12 Mar 2017, Celtic 1-1 Rangers
    37. SPFL: 19 Mar 2017, Dundee 1-2 Celtic
    38. SPFL: 02 Apr 2017, Hearts 0-5 Celtic
    39. SPFL: 05 Apr 2017, Celtic 1-1 Partick Thistle
    40. SPFL: 08 Apr 2017, Celtic 3-1 Kilmarnock
    41. SPFL: 16 Apr 2017, Ross County 2-2 Celtic
    42. SC: 23 Apr 2017, Celtic 2-0 Rangers
    43. SPFL: 29 Apr 2017, Rangers 1-5 Celtic
    44. SPFL: 06 May 2017, Celtic 4-1 St Johnstone
    45. SPFL: 12 May 2017, Aberdeen 1-3 Celtic
    46. SPFL: 18 May 2017, Partick Thistle 0-5 Celtic
    47. SPFL: 21 May 2017, Celtic 2-0 Hearts
    48. SCF: 27 May 2017, Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Season 2017/18
    49. SPFL: 05 Aug 2017, Celtic 4-1 Hearts
    50. LC: 08 Aug 2017, Celtic 5-0 Kilmarnock
    51. SPFL 11 Aug 2017, Partick Thistle 0-1 Celtic
    52. SPFL: 19 Aug 2017, Kilmarnock 0-2 Celtic
    53. SPFL: 26 Aug 2017, Celtic 1-1 St Johnstone
    54. SPFL: 08 Sep 2017, Hamilton Accies 1-4 Celtic
    55. SPFL: 16 Sep 2017, Celtic 4-0 Ross County
    56. LC: 20 Sep 2017, Dundee 0-4 Celtic
    57. SPFL: 23 Sep 2017, Rangers 0-2 Celtic
    58. SPFL: 30 Sep 2017, Celtic 2-2 Hibernian
    59. SPFL: 14 Oct 2017, Celtic 1-0 Dundee
    60. LC: 21 Oct 2017, Hibernian 2-4 Celtic
    61. SPFL: 25 Oct 2017, Aberdeen 0-3 Celtic
    62. SPFL: 28 Oct 2017, Celtic 1-1 Kilmarnock
    63. SPFL: 04 Nov 2017, St Johnstone 0-4 Celtic

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