Celtic eased past Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park on Sunday afternoon, meaning Brendan Rodgers’ side are just 90 minutes away from writing more history by winning a second successive treble.

Graeme Murty’s side never looked like a real threat, which was clear from the very start of the match as Hoops striker Moussa Dembele almost fired the Premiership champions ahead after four minutes, though his effort rattled off the post.

Tom Rogic is no stranger to these kind of games. The Australian made it three goals in three games against Rangers as he fired the Bhoys ahead after just 22 minutes. Callum McGregor got involved later on in the half and struck the ball past Wes Foderingham to double the lead.

Murty’s men knew it was bad enough trailing by two goals, but giving away a penalty and going down to ten-men after 52 minutes led to yet more misery. Dembele converted the penalty in stunning fashion with a Panenka – something which may have summed up the day.

Olivier Ntcham was given the task of tucking away a second penalty later in the half, and he didn’t disappoint.

Here’s five talking points from the Celtic’s spectacular Old Firm win: