Tony Watt and Simon Donnelly were among those praising Celtic for their 63 match unbeaten record.
Both men already have their places in folklore with one scoring the winning goal against Barcelona in the Champions League with the other playing a key role in stopping ten in a row.
Wow @celticfc #63
— Tony Watt (@Tony_Watt7) November 4, 2017
63 not out ??????? pic.twitter.com/4TJdo8xI1q
— Simon Donnelly (@SimonDonnelly13) November 4, 2017
Ronny Deila set the ball rolling with a 7-0 win over Motherwell in May 2016 with Brendan Rodgers picking up the baton with the Irishman unbeaten in his first 61 domestic matches.
St Johnstone were the last domestic side to beat Celtic but from the moment that Scott Sinclair opened the scoring in the first half there was little prospect of an upset.
Moussa Dembele, an own goal from Steven Anderson and a late strike from Olivier Ntcham gave the hoops a 4-0 win and maintained Celtic’s 100% record away from home in this season’s Premiership.
Celtic’s next domestic match is away to Ross County where they will be looking to extend their unbeaten record even further.