We look back at how they went from beating Motherwell back in 2017 to defeating Aberdeen to reach the Scottish Cup final on Saturday.
The Wasps were stung in a 2-0 defeat at Celtic Park. The team got revenge for defeat in the Scottish Cup semi final earlier that year with a narrow 1-0 win. Celtic picked up their first silverware under Brendan Rodgers, sweeping aside Aberdeen 3-0 in the final. A 5-0 win in the round of 16. The Hoops eased past the Highlanders with a 6-0 win. Even Scott Brown was on the scoresheet. Celtic got their 2017 Scottish Cup campaign under way by easing past Rovers in Airdrie. A 4-1 win over the Buddies saw Celtic progress to the semi final against Rangers. For the second time in the 16/17 campaign Rangers were defeated in the semi final. Tom Rogic fired a stoppage-time winner to secure the treble for Celtic. Kieran Tierney scored a ripsnorter in a 5-0 win in the club's opening game of the 2017 Betfred Cup. One of the most comfortable Old Firm encounters as Celtic won 4-0. Callum McGregor was on the scoresheet as Celtic breezed past Dundee and into the semis. The fourth and deserved trophy of Rodgers' reign was added in a controversial game at Hampden. An easy 5-0 win as Celtic entered the fourth round of the 2018 Scottish Cup. James Forrest netted a hat trick as Celtic defeated the Jags 3-2. Another easy win for the Scottish Champions as they swept Morton aside 3-0 and into the semi final. Celtic came out on top in an entertaining encounter at Hampden to get to the final. The second treble in succession was confirmed with a win over the Steelmen, Celtic started their 2018 Betfred Cup campaign with a trip to Firhill and won 3-1. The Hoops progressed into the last four with a 1-0 win over the Saints, Leigh Griffiths scoring the only goal. The Jam Tarts put up little resistance at Murrayfield as the Hoops ran out 3-0 victors. The Diamonds were the opponents as Celtic got their Scottish Cup campaign off to a start. The Hoops won 3-0. The seventh and final trophy won under Brendan Rodgers. The Saints were thumped 5-0. Neil Lennon returned to Easter Road and Celtic were dominant in a 2-0 win. The champions marched onto the final with a comprehensive 3-0 win over the Dons. Can the treble treble be secured at Hampden Park on Saturday?