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Celtic star trolls Rangers as he laps up 3 in a row with pointed Aiden McGeady throwback

Defender Stephen Welsh couldn't resist taking a swipe at Rangers with a cheeky throwback clip after Celtic made it three titles in a row.

The 5-0 thumping of Kilmarnock put an end to the title challenge from Philippe Clement's men as Celtic racked up their 12th success in 13 years - with the party atmosphere carrying on long into the night. The celebrations started after the full-time whistle at Rugby Park - and went all the way back to Glasgow's east end with Brendan Rodgers and his players lapping up the plaudits from the Parkhead support on the Celtic Way.

And centre-back Welsh was clearly enjoying his moment as he took to social media to noise up their rivals after becoming a Premiership champion once again. On his Instagram, he shared a snap of Aiden McGeady's infamous dressing room wind-up of the Light Blues following the 2008 title win - their third in a row at the time.

In the clip, McGeady says while cradling the trophy: "Unlucky Rangers. Three in a row. Sorry." Darren O'Dea then cuts in laughing before McGeady rounds off while chuckling: "Three in a row!"

Welsh is clearly lapping up his third consecutive title success with the nod. And he will hope to claim another success over their rivals when they meet in the Scottish Cup final later this month.

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