Celtic claim 100th title after League Cup win over Aberdeen
A 0-3 win over Aberdeen saw the "Celts" claim their sixteenth Scottish League Cup and title no. 100 in the club's history.
Celtic claimed the 100th trophy of their 138-year history as they cruised to a 3-0 win over Aberdeen in the Scottish League Cup final at Hampden on Sunday.
Australia international Tom Rogic opened the scoring with a sensational 16th-minute strike and James Forrest fired in a superb second eight minutes before the break.
Aberdeen briefly rallied, but Anthony O'Connor's foul on Forrest allowed in-form striker Moussa Dembele to slot home a 64th-minute penalty as Brendan Rodgers claimed his first trophy as Celtic manager.
It is the 16th time the Hoops, who are unbeaten domestically this season and top the Scottish Premiership by eight points, have lifted the trophy.
They remain on course for a first domestic treble since 2000-01.
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