Celtic reach the 100-goal mark in the Scottish Premiership

The team are on course for an unbeaten domestic season

Celtic reach the 100-goal mark in the Scottish Premiership

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Celtic are two games away from an unbeaten domestic season.

The Scottish League Cup winners are in the Scottish Cup Final later this month. Brendan Rodgers' side were also crowned Scottish Premiership champions well over a month ago and have one game left.

On Thursday night, the team reached another significant milestone, by scoring their 100th goal in the league this season. The honour went to Leigh Griffiths in Celtic's 5-0 win away to Partick Thistle. The striker scored the first goal of the game from the penalty spot. 

Only dropping eight points this season, courtesy of draws against Inverness, Rangers, Partick Thistle and Ross County, the team only need a draw to beat the single season points-total record.

Celtic are currently on 103 points, level with what Martin O'Neill's Cetic side earned when winning the league in the 2001-02 season. In that campaign, O'Neill's side lost one match. It was a 2-0 defeat away to Aberdeen.

Brendan Rodgers' side are on the verge of becoming Scotland's "Invincibles", with only a home match against second-placed Aberdeen to come on Sunday. A win over their nearest rivals with mean Celtic win the league by a farcical 33 points.