The former Celtic star reacted to the club’s historic Quadruple Treble following their nail-biting Scottish Cup win over Hearts.
The History Bhoys have done it again. It might not have been perfect but the history books will only reflect the name of Celtic as Scottish Cup winners, not the manner in which they captured the trophy.
No club will probably achieve what the Hoops did on Sunday by winning a Quadruple Treble. Just for reference, Celtic themselves had won the treble just thrice in their 128-year history before this incredible run which has seen them win 12 straight domestic titles. We already know that they won’t do the Treble this time around, as a result of their elimination from the Scottish League Cup at the hands of Ross County.
Moussa Dembele is someone who had a huge part to play in his run. When he left after the back-to-back Trebles, not many would have expected the Hoops to go and win two more but that is exactly what they have done.
And the Frenchman was clearly happy for his teammates:
Of course, the performance left a lot to be desired. They squandered a 2-0 lead once again and then gave up their lead in extra-time again to take the game to penalties. But we will evaluate that later. Tonight is one for celebration and to be grateful for everything that this team has achieved. It is more than likely that it won’t be matched in our lifetime.
The work is not done though. Now the focus must turn to the league. They have the chance to make history one more time at the end of the season by lifting 10IAR. And that would mean even more to the fans than the Quadruple Treble.
So let’s use this win as a launching pad to get back on track and start firing on all cylinders. There are a few more important league games to be played before the Glasgow Derby at the turn of the year. Let’s win them all and let’s have an even bigger party at the end of the season.