Celtic win their 40th Scottish Cup and overcome the crisis

Celtic win their 40th Scottish Cup and overcome the crisis

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – DECEMBER 20: Celt Brown won the final match of the William Hill Scottish Cup with the team at the Hampshire Park National Stadium between Hampick and Heart of Midlothian on December 20, 2020. In Glasgow, Scotland. The match will be played without fans, behind closed doors as a Kovid-19 precaution. Hurts players will wear number 26 on their shorts as a tribute to X-Hurts player Marius Zaliukas, who participates earlier in the week. (Photo by Ian McNicol / Getty Images)

Celtic won the longest Scottish Cup in history (16 months of competition, due to an epidemic) and recorded their 40th win in the competition. A very important win for the Glasgow team, in complete crisis after a start to be forgotten.

Fear – Success met only on penalties, 3-3 against a great defeat in regulation time that gave a lot of trouble. Celtic went 2–0 (goal by Christie Aid) Edward) But he gave himself up to the extra time he was in. 3-2 after signed Griffith Hurts had a chat with Ginnelly before conceding defeat on the spot.

SCACCIACRISIS – A win that is worth more than a trophy for a club that started the season with big goals. Instead, the team, coached by Neil Lennon, was relegated to the Champions League Predators by Ferencoros. And then he also left the Europa League group. To question the coach, light years away from the Rangers (sixteen points with three games to catch) and is clearly late to win the tenth consecutive championship. To complicate everything, a negative streak with just two wins in the last five matches. In this perspective, management hopes the victory will at least soothe the waters, which are still very much aroused.

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GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – DECEMBER 20: The Celtic team celebrated the victory after a penalty shoot in the William Hill Scottish Cup final match between Celtic and Heart of Midlothian at Hampden Park National Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland on December 20, 2020. The match will be played without fans, behind closed doors as a Kovid-19 precaution. Hurts players will wear number 26 on their shorts as a tribute to X-Hurts player Marius Zaliukas, who participates earlier in the week. (Photo by Ian McNicol / Getty Images)

Contest – The victory, as reported by the BBC, has come, but has not been liked by fans who have originated the evils of the long-born season in the North-Thai coach and who are eleven meters into the abyss Are at risk of falling. A victory over a penalty after being recovered twice by a lower-ranked team does not guarantee that the worst is behind us. It remains to be seen whether this result will be a turning point of the season. Also, because the next match is not an impossible challenge against the Scottish Premiership: Ross County back. A match that could give further clues about Celtic’s health.

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