Perhaps the only thing more enjoyable for Celtic fans than a convincing win in the Old Firm derby, is hearing what captain Scott Brown has to say about it.
Suggesting that he and his teammates never doubted the outcome of today's Scottish Cup semi-final, the 4-0 scoreline subscribes to Brown's general confidence.
Questioned about the preemptive glee of Rangers fans at drawing Celtic in the first place, Brown suggested that "they can cheer as much as they want, but I don't think they'll be cheering tonight."
They wont be cheering tonight.......Scott Brown 😂😂😂😂
— mick (@mickmcconnell61) April 15, 2018
Scott Brown, Rangers fans were cheering when they drew is in the semi final they won't be cheering tonight 😂😂
— Celtic4Life (@JamesyBhoy1988) April 15, 2018
Never short on confidence, Brown's assessment of how he felt things would go did pan out accurately enough.
We knew from start to finish that we were going to dominate this game, we fancied it today, we turned up, and we knew as soon as we turned up, and we played our game on a good pitch that nobody can deal with us.
Celtic will now take on Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final; the prospect of back-to-back domestic trebles still very much on for Rodgers' side.
You can watch the video of Brown's post-match interview below:
“Don’t think they will be cheering tonight” hahaha Scott Brown you legend ? pic.twitter.com/Hdndhu4i7d
— Naka 25 ? (@Nakamurrraaa) April 15, 2018