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Adam Idah sparks league title party as Celtic retain Scottish Premiership crown

Celtic clinched their third consecutive cinch Premiership title in style as they produced one of their best performances of the season to beat Kilmarnock 5-0 at Rugby Park.

A third derby triumph of the season on Saturday had left Brendan Rodgers' side needing just a point from their final two games to see off Rangers' challenge and they made quick work of their first attempt at Rugby Park.

Goals from Republic of Ireland international Adam Idah and Daizen Maeda had Celtic two ahead inside 12 minutes and James Forrest added a third before half-time.

Midfielder Matt O'Riley netted a second-half double to underline his unsurpassed contribution to the title success, taking his league goal tally to 17.

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