Brendan Rodgers had led Celtic tremendously well this season, with Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach another positive European result, but their most impressive form has been saved for domestic ventures.
Sat atop the league with a comfortable nine-point cushion over second-placed Rangers and with nine wins in their ten matches this season, Celtic are well on course to retain their crown for another year.
— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 2, 2016
Whilst the majority expected Celtic to win the Scottish title once again this season, Rodgers’ form has been tremendous and the club have been quick to point out that it’s their best start to a domestic campaign in 13 years.
Celtic tackle sixth-placed Inverness this weekend and will look to continue their fine run, which is showing no signs of halting.
The club also have the chance to win their first silverware of the season in late November against Kilmarnock in the Scottish League Cup final, and have hopes of advancing to the Europa League in Europe – but it will take historic results against Manchester City and/or Barcelona to achieve that goal.