This win, achieved in front of their own fans at Celtic Park, gave Brendan Rodgers’ side an unassailable 10-point lead. Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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Celtic hammered archrivals Rangers 5-0 to secure a seventh successive Scottish title with an Old Firm victory Sunday. This win, achieved in front of their own fans at Celtic Park, gave Brendan Rodgers' side an unassailable 10-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table over Aberdeen, who can only take a maximum of nine points from their three remaining league games.Celtic are now just two shy of the record of nine Scottish titles in a row they already share with Rangers.Odsonne Edouard gave Celtic an early lead before he and James Forrest added two more goals later.It looked like Rangers might head into the break just a goal behind but that hope was dashed four minutes before halftime.
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