Celtic supporters are celebrating a special Scottish Cup victory after an Odsonne Edouard double broke Hearts at Hampden on Saturday.
The 2-1 victory over Craig Levein’s side means the Hoops have now won a famous ‘treble treble’ of domestic trophies, sweeping every single honour Scotland has to offer since the 2016/17 season.
It’s also a win that has apparently ensured Neil Lennon get’s the manager job on a permanent basis at Celtic Park after a shock announcement on Twitter.
While Lennon appears to be staying on, there are going to be some squad changes at the club this summer and one man who looks to be on his way out is Mikael Lustig.
He’s been offered a lucrative deal by Malmo to return to Sweden, with his contract expiring at Celtic this summer.
Looking emotional at full-time, the right-back will have gone out in the best way possible if he has decided to move on. It was his header from defence that eluded the Hearts back line and allowed Edouard to fire home the winning goal.
Hoops fans have criticised him plenty over the last 18 months, but these fans were quick to pay tribute during and after the Hampden match…
Gawny miss lustig so much man, @CelticFC announce contract extension
— murfy (@Murphhyy_) May 25, 2019
If that was Lustig's farewell then I'll be sorry to see him go, fabulous player and servant to the club
— Richard Murphy (@RichardMurphy80) May 25, 2019
Mikael Lustig's header. What a way to go out.
— The Grand Auld Podcast (@FritzAGrandAuld) May 25, 2019
You are a Celtic man Lustig, sad to see him go but all the best in your future, you have served us well? https://t.co/LrfGQEfDRi
— chloe (@ceedeexo) May 25, 2019
Wee mention for Lustig, been a great servant to the club, looks like he’s off to Malmo, thank you Mikael ?????
— williams deadly oar (@OarDeadly) May 25, 2019
Mikael Lustig was unbelievable today. What an incredible Celtic career. Cheers big man ????
— Jack (@jackconlon67) May 25, 2019
I’ve said that Lustig has been past it for a while now but he bleeds Celtic. Would love to see him with a coaching role at the club
— Keiron ? (@keiron_) May 25, 2019
I've given Lustig pelters this season, but what a servant he has been to us. I honestly wouldn't grudge him another two years. He deserves to stick around for the ten.
— Martin McGraw (@msm_1003) May 25, 2019