Celtic became champions

 
Celtic became champions
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Celtic are champions in the Scottish Premier League, three rounds before the end. It became clear when Aberdeen lost 0-1 against Dundee United on Saturday.

- We have achieved something big now, by winning the league for the fourth time in a row. And hopefully there are more to come, says Manager Ronny Deila to the club's website.

After his team began the season variable it is become better and better. Since New Year it has only had one defeat.

- Defensively we have been incredible all season, we hardly conceded a goal. Offensively, we have become better and better. We've worked so hard for this, and now we can start thinking about next season, says Deila.

Celtic did its job by beating Dundee 5-0 on Friday night. So Aberdeen had to win their match to still have hopes of becoming champions.

Instead, it ended in three points for the hosts after Robbie Muirhead scored the only goal 13 minutes into the match.

In the next round Celtic meet Aberdeen, but it is a match where now only honor is at stake.

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