Fortunately Conor Hazard rose to the task diving to save from Stephen Kingsley and Craig Wighton which left Kris Ajer with the chance to clinch the trophy.
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The Norwegian didn’t mess about- slamming his shot into the net as Gordon dived to his left. As the Celtic players raced off to congratulate Ajer the Hearts keeper slumped against the post realising how quickly the match had turned around since he saved from Ryan Christie.
Leigh Griffiths was the first player to console Gordon, Celtic hero Hazard got him back to his feet as other former team-mates offered their commiserations. Amazingly no one at Hearts went near the keeper, not even goalkeeping coach Paul Gallacher.
Finally Ajer sunk to his knees on the penalty spot, whatever else he achieves in his career his role in the Quadruple Treble won’t be overlooked with one swipe at the ball sealing the most dominant spell ever in domestic football.