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Watch: Kieran Tierney Leads Celtic Supporters In Title Celebrations

Watch: Kieran Tierney Leads Celtic Supporters In Title Celebrations

After a couple of weeks of waiting, Celtic finally got to lift the Scottish Premiership title this afternoon. It may have been their eighth title on the trot, but they certainly have not lost their enthusiasm in celebrating.

The Bhoys closed out their season with a 2-1 win over Hearts at Parkhead, with a Mikey Johnston double handing the home side the win. 16-year old wonderkid Karamoko Dembele also made his debut during the game, but today is all about the title.

Celtic would finish the season with a nine-point gap between themselves and second placed Rangers, who suffered defeat to Kilmarnock today.

Kieran Tierney was rested for today's game, with the Scottish Cup final against Hearts set to take place next weekend. That didn't stop him from partaking in the celebrations, however.

In typical Tierney fashion, he was straight over to lead the home support in some chants after the game. As you can imagine, it went down an absolute treat.

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Tierney is a real fan favourite at Celtic, having come through the club's youth academy. While he has been continually linked with a move south of the border in recent times, Tierney still seems to be loving life in Glasgow.

Celtic will enter will be hoping to complete an unprecedented 'treble treble' during next week's cup final, winning every available domestic honour for the third successive season.

It remains to be seen if that will be enough to get Neil Lennon the manager's position on a permanent basis, but they will certainly enjoy these celebrations in the coming days and weeks.

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Gary Connaughton

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