We won’t be forgetting the first 15 minutes of this game in a flash will we.

With their Scottish FA Cup final meeting just 15 days away, Celtic were looking to make a statement at Pittodrie by laying waste to Aberdeen and continuing their unbeaten domestic run.

Celtic wasted no time as they took the lead inside three minutes when Dedryck Boyata headed home from a Leigh Griffiths corner. It was 2-0 just minutes later when Callum McGregor’s shot was parried into the path of Stuart Armstrong who placed the ball into the roof of the net.

The game looked beyond doubt with just 10 minutes on the clock when Griffiths’ 25-yard strike was too hot to handle for Joe Lewis in the Dons’ net, but an equally impressive hit from Jonny Hayes less than two minutes later gave the hosts hope.

The open, end-to-end game was well-contested for the most part but both defences were considerably tighter and more organised after the opening quarter of an hour.

Celtic break the 100 points barrier in style and maintain their terrific domestic unbeaten run this season and will be confident heading into their cup final clash with Aberdeen in two weeks time.

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