Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has claimed that the club are untouchable when they are at their best.
Speaking in anticipation of Celtic’s League Cup final clash against Motherwell, Griffiths has said that they will be unable to cope with Celtic if they are in-form.
However, Celtic have an important league match up first, with a win on Saturday set to confirm their seventh straight title in-a-row.
A win against Hibernian this weekend will crown Celtic champions of the Scottish league once again, with Rangers the closest challengers – 13 points shy of Celtic’s points tally.
The final is on May 19th, and here is what Griffiths has said about the clash to Sky Sports:
It will be difficult. We went to Fir Park recently and they were difficult to break down. They got a clean sheet against us.
They will be wanting to stop us clinching that treble, but when we bring our A game, then there’s nobody can touch us.
Griffiths will be looking to add to his own personal goalscoring tally between now and the end of the season.
The forward has scored 12 goals in 16 starts across all competitions so far.