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Summary

  1. First-half sub Rogic netted from close range
  2. Armstrong fired Celtic level after Hayes volley for Dons
  3. Celtic complete unbeaten domestic treble
  4. Aberdeen's 27-year wait for Scottish Cup continues

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. Scottish Cup win completes unbeaten treble

    Just to recap. Celtic are Scottish Cup winners for the 37th time, completing a record-breaking season unbeaten in all domestic competitions.

    It's never been done before. Will we ever see the likes again?

    Aberdeen put up a great fight at Hampden but were undone by Tom Rogic's stoppage-time winner.

    A dramatic end to a fantastic advert for the game.

    Celtic celebrate another Scottish Cup final success
  2. Video content

    Video caption: Celtic win treble: 'So many emotions' for Brendan Rodgers

    Brendan Rodgers says his first season in charge of Celtic has been "a dream" with the club completing a treble without losing a domestic match.

  3. Sore one to take for Aberdeen - McInnes

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes talking to BBC Scotland:

    "It was a huge effort from everyone, a real confident display from us for large parts of the game.

    "But we came here to win so obviously there is real disappointment.

    "Any injury-time goal going against you is a sore one to take and when it's a cup final it compounds it even more.

    "Little moments can be the difference and it maybe came down to that today.

    "We just ran out of legs, It was our 351st day since we reported back to pre-season training. The players have knocked their pan in.

    "There's no shame in finishing second to this Celtic team. My weekly budget for the whole squad will equate to one of their player's salaries

    "We rinse everything out of these boys. Their effort and application is second to none."

  4. Tierney worry for Scotland?

    Is Kieran Tierney a doubt for Scotland v England on 10 June?

    "I think he needs an operation," said Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, without going into any more detail.

    The full-back too a nasty whack in mouth from Jayden Stockley during the first half and could not continue but he was around for the post-match celebrations and looked to be in fine spirits.

    Kieran Tierney with the Scottish Cup
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    Video caption: Celtic win treble: Armstrong, Rogic & Brown revel in success

    Scorers Stuart Armstrong and Tom Rogic and captain Scott Brown express their delight after Celtic win the Scottish Cup and a domestic treble.

  6. Play-off finale to come

    The season isn't quite over. There is still the matter of the Premiership play-off final to be decided.

    Hamilton and Dundee United go at it tomorrow, with the tie balanced at 0-0 after the first leg at Tannadice.

    Kick-off is at three o'clock and we'll have the game covered on radio and online, with TV highlights to follow.

  7. Post update

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    And what about Aberdeen? There will be a few players from today's starting XI moving on, including Ryan Jack, Niall McGinn and maybe Ash Taylor.

    The most important thing for the Dons will be holding on to manager Derek McInnes.

  8. What next for Celtic?

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    We can safely assume that the one target missed by Brendan Rodgers was progress in the Champions League.

    That is going to be top of the manager's to-do list over the summer, which will mean a marquee signing or two.

    Bad news for the rest of Scottish football or is there any chance they will they take their eye off the ball domestically.

    An unbeaten treble is certainly a hard act to follow.

  9. 'A great day for the club' - Rodgers

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, a delighted Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says: “I thought we deserved it. It was a very tough game. We just needed to stay calm and eventually the space will open up. That’s what happened and the only disappointment is we didn’t score more goals. It’s a great day for the club.

    “We ticked off six of our seven targets this season. It’s been a dream.

    “I was born into Celtic. It’s a huge privilege to manage Celtic. It was the right time for myself, the club and we’ve created an identity that we can hopefully build on.

    “I need a rest. Myself, the staff and the players, it’s been so intense. We need to get away and have a breather."

    Celtic manager Bredan Rodgers
  10. Aberdeen run out of puff

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    As the Celtic celebrations continue at Hampden, spare a thought for Aberdeen. Runners-up in the league and both cup finals this season.

    The Dons gave Celtic a fright in the first half but just ran out steam and could not keep up their earlier levels of intensity and aggression. Poor Andrew Considine, a great servant to the club, could barely move as Tom Rogic raced past him to fire in the winning goal.

  11. Brown lauds Celtic spirit and fitness

    Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic captain Scott Brown says: "This is exceptional, to go undefeated is the best feeling you could experience. I never thought it was going to come today. Aberdeen were outstanding. We knew our fitness levels would kick in. This is the best feeling ever."

  12. 'Aberdeen played their part, Celtic worthy winners'

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Aberdeen captain on BBC Sportscene

    Quote Message: We got an excellent game of football this afternoon. I think most people felt it would be one-way traffic but Aberdeen played their part today. A magnificent occasion and Celtic are worthy winners.
  13. Tierney able to join the Celtic party

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Manager Brendan Rodgers now has his hands on the cup and here's a nice touch as the manager hands a winners' medal over to Kieran Tierney, who had to go off injured in the first half.

    The left-back took a whack in the mouth but he's smiling broadly now as he joins in the Celtic celebrations.

  14. 'Dream come true' for match-winner Rogic

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Celtic goal hero Tom Rogic, speaking to BBC Scotland: "It’s hard to put into words. It’s what you dream of. We knew what it meant to the fans, it’s unbelievable. People think these cup competitions are easier than they are but to go through the season without losing shows the quality we have."

  15. Post update

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    A huge roar fills the stadium as Scott Brown lifts the oldest trophy in world football aloft.

  16. Post update

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Now skipper Scott Brown leads the delighted Scottish Cup winners up to collect the silverware.

  17. Post update

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    The Aberdeen players trudge up the Hampden stair to collect their runner-up medals. Captain Graeme Shinnie whips his off almost immediately. Manager Derek McInnes looks on disconsolately but he will be proud of his men once he has time to reflect on events this afternoon.

  18. A 'deserved victory' for Celtic, says Armstrong

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    Stuart Armstrong, who scored Celtic's first goal, speaking to BBC Scotland: "We always had belief and in the second half we grew in confidence. As the game went on I thought we’d get on chance and we take it. I thought we got what we deserved."

  19. An 'incredible, invincible' season

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    "It's a great day for us. This season has just been incredible. To do the treble and go invincible is unbelievable," says Celtic forward Patrick Roberts, who neatly side-steps any questions about whether this is his last appearance in a green and white jersey.

  20. Post update

    FT: Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen

    The Celtic players are saluting their delighted fans inside the stadium, while the Dons players and supporters look on in stunned disbelief.