Celtic’s Perfect Day – A sensational ending to a brilliant league campaign

It was a privilege to be present at Paradise yesterday as the league campaign ended in a fitting fashion. From the tremendous display by the supporters in the stands to the display from the players on the pitch, it was outstanding, absolute perfection.

The Tifo display promised to be the best yet, and it didn’t disappoint. The best produced by any group of supporters in this country, but not surprising as no one does it quite like the Celtic fans. Celtic park always produces a good colourful eye catching display. We set the standard.

The display by the players on the park didn’t disappoint either, it was one of our best performances of the season, and a major improvement on our last few outings.

Ange Potecoglou is seen with his children during the Cinch Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and Aberdeen at Celtic Park Stadium on May 24, 2023. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

That fluency and spark that we are used to seeing was evident again. That spring in our step was back, the players were fully focused and never stopped, Ange ball at its best. We looked in control for the full 90 minutes and deadly in front of goal.

Our five goal haul meant we ended the season with 114 league goals, just two shy of record held by the Celtic side of 1915/16, three more than the legendary Lisbon lions in 1966/67 and eight more than Brendan Rodgers invincibles of 2016/17. A superb achievement.

This bodes well for the cup final next week, I would expect the same starting XI (fitness pending) to start against Inverness. If we play the same way we did today we will win comfortably, I have no doubt about that.

JustAnOrdinaryBhoy – follow on Twitter @ordinarybhoy

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Celtic v Aberdeen – Celtic Park Celtic fans hold smoke flares in the stands during the cinch Premiership match at Celtic Park, Saturday May 27, 2023.Photo Andrew Milligan

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