Odsonne Edouard was the hero once again for Celtic as he grabbed a double at Hampden to win the Scottish Cup, and clinch the Treble Treble.
Hearts deservedly took the lead early in the second half, but this seemed to wake the holders up as within 9 minutes Edouard won and converted the penalty to level the scores.
Neil Lennon’s men looked sluggish for large parts, in particular, the first half, when Craig Levein’s side had more of the play despite close chances for Edouard.
Captain Scott Brown typified the spirit and determination of this group of players as he battled until the very end.
The historic day will be remembered for the result, but it should also be remembered for the way Celtic fought back from a goal down to win the final on the same day as the club paid tribute to the legendary Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers.
Here’s how we rated the Hoops in a historic victory for Neil Lennon’s side.
Scott Bain - 6
Didn’t have too much to do, some distribution was off the mark at times. No chance with the first goal.
Mikael Lustig - 6
Steady performance in what could have been his final match for the club. His header played Edouard through for the second goal.
Kristoffer Ajer - 7
Defended strongly and with determination throughout, inches away from clearing the ball for the opening goal.
Jozo Simunovic - 6
Worked hard in defence, had a lot of possession in the first half which he struggled with. Made some crucial blocks.
Jonny Hayes - 7
Surprise inclusion at left-back and played very well. Made a number of good defensive clearances and some good crosses into the box. Replaced late on by Bitton.
Calum McGregor - 6
Again, some nice tidy passes and covered every blade of grass. Difficult game but was as dogged as ever.
Scott Brown - 7
First half was too pedestrian from the captain but he grew and drove the team on in the second half
Tom Rogic - 5
Not Tom’s day, looked off the pace and didn’t have much impact on the game. Replaced by Ntcham mid second half.
James Forrest - 6
Quiet game going forward for the player of the year, Hearts doubling up on him but managed to work some good positions.
Mikey Johnston - 6
Lasted 70 minutes and had some decent moments in the first half, worked hard for the cause.
Odsonne Edouard - 8
Grabbed the equaliser from the spot grew as the game went on, superbly calm when taking the chance to score the winning goal. Man of the Match.
Olivier Ntcham - 5
Second half sub for Rogic made some decent passes and shored up the midfield.
Scott Sinclair - 5
Second half sub for Johnston, not much impact but a special day.