Celtic break century old record

Celtic have broken a 100-year-record, which they themselves set, stretching their domestic unbeaten run to 63 matches with a 4-0 victory over St Johnstone overnight. St Johnstone were the last team to beat Celtic in a Scottish competition on May 11, 2016, 543 days ago. Between November 1915 and April 1917 The Bhoys went 62 matches without defeat and by the way things are looking it might be a while before we see Brendan Rodgers’ side taste defeat again. Let’s break down their new record.

Scottish Premier League

  • 51 matches
  • 44 wins
  • Seven draws
  • 142 goals for
  • 31 goals against
  • +111 goal difference

League Cup

  • Seven matches
  • Seven wins
  • 24 goals for
  • Two goals against
  • +22 goal difference

Scottish Cup

  • Five matches
  • Five wins
  • 17 goals for
  • Two goals against
  • +15 goal difference

Overall domestic record

  • 63 matches played
  • 56 matches won
  • Seven matches drawn
  • 183 goals for
  • 35 goals against
  • +148 goal difference
  • 36 clean sheets

Top goal scorers

  • Moussa Dembélé 38 goals
  • Scott Sinclair 30
  • Leigh Griffiths 24 goals
  • Stuart Armstrong 20 goals
  • Tom Rogic 15 goals

Favourite opponents

  • Seven wins from seven against Aberdeen
  • Six wins from seven against Rangers
  • Five wins from six against St Johnstone and Kilmarnock
  • Five wins from five against Motherwell, Hearts, and Dundee

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