Date: 30th May 2019 at 8:59pm
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’s Scottish Cup Final double has already become a work of art.

It’s doubtful if the striker was aware of the footballing connotations with the phrase heart-breaker but he certainly landed that title after his Hampden double.

It’s far from his first dramatic winner as a Celtic player but whatever he goes on to achieve in the game his goals on the 25th of May 2019 will go down in the history books.

With Hearts leading 1-0 thanks to a goal from Ryan Edwards Celtic briefly looked rattled but when Edouard raced onto a pass from Jonny Hayes the balance of the game titled towards the hoops.

The striker waited patiently to take his penalty, finding the net despite the theatrics of the Hearts keeper.

With eight minutes left to play and extra-time looking likely Edouard timed his run onto a Mikael Lustig header perfectly, without looking up he dispatched his shot into the net to earn a place on the Wall of Fame.