Cameron Carter-Vickers takes dig at Rangers during Celtic celebrations

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Celtic secured a third-straight league title with their 5-0 away win against Kilmarnock. Brendan Rodgers' side have had a bit of a roller-coaster campaign, but they were able to finish strong and that was enough to come out on top in the Premiership title race, ahead of the Rangers, who had seemed in control just a few weeks ago.

One of the major reasons behind Celtic's upturn in form late in the season has to be Cameron Carter-Vickers. The American centre-back has finally been available for a consistent length since late February.

Celtic fans will be hoping that Carter-Vickers has put his injury problems behind him for good and will be available more consistently moving forward. There is no doubt that they are a better team with him in the starting XI.

Celtic players were in celebration mode after securing the league title. And Carter-Vickers took the opportunity to take a dig at the Rangers.

Cameron Carter-Vickers takes dig at Rangers during Celtic celebrations

As reported by Football Scotland, footage has emerged showing Carter-Vickers getting involved in a sing-song too. The American stood up on a chair to shout "Unlucky Rangers. Three-in-a-row!" and that led to another rendition of 'Champions again'.

Of course, the Celtic players deserved to enjoy the night after winning the league. But the job is not done yet. One trophy is secured but another one is still up for grabs.

Celtic will take on the Rangers at Hampden Park later this month in the Scottish Cup final. One of those teams will walk out of the season with a double.

So, it is way too early for Celtic to take their eyes off the ball. Of course, this side is used to winning trophies. Carter-Vickers himself has won six trophies for the club since arriving in Glasgow in 2021. So, expect them to be at their professional best at Hampden Park.