Tierney: At Least I'll Remember This Final.

Kieran Tierney relished Celtic’s double treble and then revealed he was just happy he got to see history being made this time.
In last years Scottish Cup final against Aberdeen the 20-year-old Scotland international was taken to hospital with a fractured jaw.
Tierney said: “This has got to be up at the top in my career. It has never been done before like last year’s invincible Treble. To go and follow that up with another Treble is magnificent.
“The consistency we’ve shown to win six cups in a row is brilliant. I can remember the final this time!”

Tierney celebrates with the trophy after winning the Scottish Cup.

Tierney said the Hoops haven’t even thought of a ‘treble Treble’ yet, although he joked he might need a bigger trophy cabinet for his medals.
He said: “We’ve not talked about a treble Treble yet. We’ll go and enjoy our break now.
“I’ve only got a wee cabinet for my medals and trophies in the house. I’m just delighted I’ve got the chance to play alongside this team. It’s special, something that’s very close to me. I love it.”
Celtic gaffer Brendan Rodgers has accepted that Tierney will leave Celtic one day with Athletico Madrid possibly interested, but the defender says he won’t leave his boyhood heroes anytime soon.
Saying: “I don’t have a decision to make. I’ve signed a here for the next six years.”
It is also tough for Celtic with arguably their hardest games being at the start of the season with the Champion League qualifiers.
“We need to get into the Champions League. That’s what we really want to do.
“It’s going to be tough. There’s eight games right at the start of the season.
“I don’t think people realise how hard that is. Our biggest games are coming right at the start.
“I’ve got a few weeks off to go and relax and then I’ll enjoy those big games when they come around.”