Brendan Rodgers claimed that perhaps the "stars were aligned" after substitute Tom Rogic's sensational injury-time victor gave Celtic a 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Aberdeen and clinched an historic treble for the Hoops.
The Hoops had already picked up the Scottish Premiership and Scottish League Cup trophies ahead of the Hampden Park clash, with a late strike from Tom Rogic sealing the third title of an unbeaten domestic campaign.
Aberdeen were visibly tiring and the champions began to swarm around their box and in added time Rogic sealed the win, and the treble, with an angled drive after dancing into the Dons box and the green and white half of the stadium exploded in joy. We celebrated [the league title] last week, which was important.
He said: "We started in the middle of June and tomorrow we arrive on May 27".
The winger has scored 11 games in 44 games this season, and has been instrumental to Aberdeen's success.
"We knew what it meant to the fans, it's unbelievable". "For me it was to come up here to be happy, playing every week under a manager that believes in me and get my football back on track, which I have".
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"It's an incredible feeling, especially for it to happen right at the last minute". Then we have to see what we can do.
"To go unbeaten domestically, to get the treble, is just fantastic".
"It would be quite unbelievable for them to go through the whole season without getting beat".
Celtic are reportedly weighing up a player-plus-cash deal with former Dons loanee Ryan Christie returning to Pittodrie. That is something for us to think about and enjoy when we get a bit of time to reflect on the season but for just now it is about looking to keep the momentum going.
"We put a lot into it and I'm just gutted for the players, and gutted for the supporters who made a big effort again today".