Celtic, champion, regains its hegemony in Scotland

Celtic, led by the Australian Ange Postecoglu, regained the hegemony of Scottish football and, after achieving the point they needed during their visit to Dundee United (1-1), they were proclaimed league champions with one game to go for the 52nd time in their career. history.

Rangers, then managed by Steven Gerrard, won the title last season but this season, after the arrival of Gio van Bronckhorst in November when the English coach left for Aston Villa, they have not been able to prevent Celtic from winning the Premier League for the ninth time in the last ten editions.

Today Georgios Giakoumakis, in the 53rd minute, scored the 0-1 and, although Dylan Levitt equalized for Dundee United (77′), Celtic sang the wing by adding 90 points in 37 games.

Rangers can no longer catch up with him as they would score 86 at most if they beat Ross County in the game they are playing as it started later.

Celtic and Rangers double now before two finals

Celtic achieve a double after winning the League Cup in December by defeating Hibernians 1-2, while two finals await Rangers: on May 18 they will fight for the Europa League against Eintracht at the Sánchez-Pizjuán in Seville and three days later they will face Hearts at Glasgow’s Hampden Park with the FA Cup at stake.