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  1. FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers (Edouard 2, Forrest, Rogic, McGregor)
  2. Celtic win their seventh successive title
  3. Odsonne Edouard with double
  4. Second title for Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers

Live Reporting

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  1. Celtic on heat, cold reality for Rangers

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Celtic's reward for clinching the title is a warm-weather training camp before next Sunday's meeting with Hearts.

    For Rangers, it is the cold reality that the gap between themselves and the seven-in-a-row champions is as wide as the Clyde estuary - and that they now have a battle on their hands to even finish as runners-up in the Premiership.

    For manager Graeme Murty, it has probably sunk any chances he still had of retaining his job beyond the summer.

    For Steven Gerrard, could it persuade him to put his pending move to Ibrox as manager on ice? It must certainly give the former Liverpool and England captain food for thought.

    Celtic now have their sights on a second successive domestic treble. Only Motherwell, in the Scottish Cup final, stand in their way.

    Celtic celebrate their title win
  2. Celtic Park buzzing - Forrest

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic winger James Forrest: “It’s a great win. The boys put in a really great performance. The fans were incredible.

    “When you win a league, it doesn’t matter who it’s against, you just want to get over the line.

    “Everyone was buzzing today and you saw that from the start. We wanted to get it over the line."

  3. Brown hails 'amazing' day

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Speaking to Sky Sports, Celtic captain Scott Brown said: "We were outstanding and scored five great goals.

    "This will live with us for the rest of our lives. To do it in the style we did is just amazing.”

    Scott Brown (right) celebrates with James Forrest
    Image caption: Scott Brown (right) has captained Celtic to another title
  4. Celtic fought like tigers - Rodgers

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Speaking to BBC Scotland, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: “Last year against Hearts, we played very well, but today there was a lot of pressure and expectation on the game.

    "We fought like tigers to get the ball back and the clean sheet is important.

    “To get a performance like that to clinch the league is very satisfying.

    “The league is tougher this year, but it shows the level the players are at, league cup, title and one game away from the treble.

    “We’re hungry and want to consistently win. The players are doing that and there’s a great mentality shown by the team."

    Celtic assistant Chris Davies and manager Brendan Rodgers celebrate
    Image caption: Assistant Chris Davies and Brendan Rodgers celebrate relished the victory
  5. 'Lovely way to clinch title'

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: It’s a lovely way to clinch the title and, when you’re in front of your own fans and you put on a show like the show they put on today for probably three quarters of that game, is quote immense. It’s as good as we’ve seen them throughout the season
  6. Gerrard a 'good fit' for Rangers

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    Video caption: Rangers job is massive for Steven Gerrard says Andy Cole

    Match of the Day 2 Extra pundits Andy Cole, Alex Bruce and Henry Winter have been explaining why Steven Gerrard could be a good choice as next Rangers manager.

    After today's result, will the former Liverpool and England captain be having second thoughts?

  7. Rodgers hails 'outstanding' Celtic

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Speaking to Sky Sports, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "The performance was really pleasing, under the pressure and given the game.

    "You have to play football and today we did the basics really well.

    “We were outstanding and could have had more goals. I’m delighted for the supporters.

    “The players have done really well and it’s important we keep winning.

    “It’s been a brilliant season by the players."

  8. Table says it all

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Scottish Premiership table
  9. Lap of honour

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Celtic's players go on a lap of honour as the sun comes out to greet their fans.

    All but the Rangers fans have stayed behind to celebrate with their heroes.

    By all accounts, the visiting players did not receive such a welcoming response from their own fans as they attempted to thank them for their support just after the final whistle.

  10. Title party

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    The Celtic players are coming back on to the park to celebrate their title win wearing green t-shirts celebrating their seventh title in a row.

  11. Five alive Celtic kill off Rangers

    FT: Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Odsonne Edouard celebrates
    Image caption: Odsonne Edouard scored twice in the first half for Celtic
    James Forrest celebrates against Rangers
    Image caption: James Forrest scored a superb solo goal
    Callum McGregor celebrates for Celtic
    Image caption: Callum McGregor swept home Celtic's fifth goal
    Rangers' James Tavernier and Graham Dorrans look miserable
    Image caption: Rangers' James Tavernier and Graham Dorrans argued among themselves
  12. FULL-TIME Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    It's all over and Celtic reach what is for them a magnificent seven titles in a row.

    They move 10 points clear of Aberdeen at the top of the Scottish Premiership with three games remaining - and do so after humiliating their city rivals.

    Rangers are left shell-shocked, three points behind the Dons in third and with the future of manager Graeme Murty looking untenable with Steven Gerrard waiting in the wings.

    That is the heaviest defeat any team has suffered in the top-flight this season.

  13. Post update

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Daniel Candeias fires a low drive just wide of the far post, but there is to be no consolation for Rangers.

    Meanwhile, the title party has begun in the home stands as we approach two minutes of stoppage time.


    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    A muted appeal from the visiting fans as James Tavernier goes down in the Celtic penalty box under a Dedryck Boyata challenge.

    In truth, the Rangers full-back was just overpowered and out-fought - a microcosm of the game itself.

  15. 'Good orientation' from Celtic

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: They’ve done that well today, Celtic. They’ve played into people’s feet, they probably sometimes are marked, but they had the ability to move the ball on. Just a good orientation about them, getting forward and then being able to hit the pass to those forward players in real dangerous positions
  16. Post update

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Rangers, perhaps understandably, look leaden-footed and disconsolate as the game saunters to an inevitable end.

    Alfredo Morelos rises to a long ball fired into the Celtic penalty box, but the Colombian striker's header flies wide.

  17. Post update

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Celtic create another chance from a corner, but Jack Hendry's header flies well over the crossbar from 12 yards.

    Then Leigh Griffiths breaks into the Rangers penalty box but lashes over from 15 yards.

  18. YELLOW CARD Jason Holt

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Yet another Rangers booking. Midfielder Jason Holt is shown a yellow card for a late challenge on Kieran Tierney.

  19. 'Edouard’s really good today'

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: You don’t want the likes of him [Edouard] getting injured if Dembele’s injured, although he’s back in training. But Edouard’s been really good today
  20. YELLOW CARD Alfredo Morelos

    Celtic 5-0 Rangers

    Rangers substitute Alfredo Morelos is booked for a little clip on the heels of Dedryck Boyata, which the Belgium defender reacts angrily to.