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6 Celtic games that won the title as Rangers derby dominance and Fir Park comeback prove key

Celtic were crowned Scottish Premiership champions once again with a five-star display at Kilmarnock.

Brendan Rodgers' men had their share of twists and turns and ups and downs on their quest for league glory and after finding top form at the perfect time, Callum McGregor and Co will get their hands on the trophy once again this weekend. The party got started last night at Rugby Park and continued into the night with a final home game against St Mirren to come. Focus will then turn to the Scottish Cup Final next weekend against Rangers in the quest for a double.

It's been quite the season for the champions and Record Sport have pinpointed SIX games that played a key role in the Hoops ending up as the top side in Scotland once again. A lot of punters believe it is always the derby showdowns that will define the destiny of the title. But as Celtic proved this year, it was also games elsewhere that sparked and kept the title in the Parkhead trophy room.

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Celtic came in under pressure after dropping points to St Johnstone. It was the first Old Firm derby of the season and a chance to see what Rangers boss Michael Beale had built across the city. Again, there were no away supporters at Ibrox but Celtic still found a way to put down a marker and continue their derby dominance. Striker Kyogo Furuhashi netted a superb volley to earn the Glasgow bragging rights.

Gers had come from nowhere to look like genuine title contenders under Philippe Clement. They were unbeaten under the Belgian and were confident of keeping that going in the derby. Celtic, however, showed their rivals they still had some way to go. The Hoops came