Celtic became the first Scottish side since 1899 to go an entire league campaign unbeaten on Sunday after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Hearts at Celtic Park.
It was a day of joy and jubilation at the home of the champions as they attempted to become invincible. Leigh Griffiths got the party started with a header in the second half before Stuart Armstrong swept home to ensure there would be no dramatic slip ups on the last day.
At the heart of the action once again was Patrick Roberts who put in a man of the match performance, the latest in a long line of exceptional showings for the young winger in the Hoops.
The 20-year-old is due to return to his parent club Manchester City this summer meaning that in all likelihood he has played his last match at Celtic Park.
He’ll be hoping he can turn in one last blistering performance next week when Celtic face off against Aberdeen at Hampden for the Scottish Cup.
Fans aren’t quite ready to say goodbye to the young attacker though and took to Twitter to beg him to stay at the club…
— Jimmy McGrory (@jimmymcgrory67) May 21, 2017
Honestly hurts so much we might never have @patrick7roberts again ????
— Stacey Devlin (@StaceyDevlinxxx) May 21, 2017
@patrick7roberts I sincerely hope you stay there has not been such a connection with fans to a player since Henrik. If you stay you will be a legend FACT
— Thomas (@sayitasicit1) May 21, 2017
— John Donnelly (@JohnDon83) May 21, 2017
— Shannon Cartwright (@Cartwrightsh123) May 21, 2017
Celtic, sign him up. Celtic Celtic sign him up @patrick7roberts
— Reilly (@JamieReilly7) May 21, 2017
— Shannon-lee Mcauley (@McauleyShannon) May 21, 2017