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Summary

  1. FT: Celtic (Christie) 1-0 Aberdeen
  2. Gary Mackay-Steven stretchered off after head collision with Dedryck Boyata
  3. Ryan Christie pounces in first-half injury time for opener
  4. Scott Sinclair has controversial penalty saved by Joe Lewis
  5. Get involved #BBCSportScot

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Celtic secure a seventh straight trophy in the Brendan Rodgers reign with a hard-fought cup final victory against a Joe Lewis-inspired Aberdeen.

    Ryan Christie is the hero for Celtic as he scores the only goal of the game at Hampden.

    Thanks for your company and enjoy what's left of your weekend.

    Celtic goal hero Ryan Christie
    Image caption: Ryan Christie
  2. Story of the final...

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Full time
  3. Still not good enough from the Dons

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Watching that performance I saw quite a lot of tired legs towards the end of the game. This is the time to get them [Celtic or Rangers] when they're involved in Europe, travelling abroad, coming back talking about the recovery. So it's not surprising when you see them slowing the game down. From an Aberdeen point of view it's as good a performance as you could hope for. But it's not a surprising performance. We know they can't score goals. It's been like that all season. I don't think we should get carried away with the performance from Aberdeen
    Shay Logan
    Image caption: Aberdeen's Shay Logan cuts a frustrated figure
  4. Player Rater results are in...

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Man of the match graphic
  5. A career-defining month

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    It has been a meteoric rise for Ryan Christie in recent weeks. From fringe star to cup-final hero, few could have predicted this dramatic transformation little over a month ago.

    Prior to last weekend's win over Hamilton Accies, a game that Christie scored in, we charted his recent journey into the spotlight. Have a read. Go on...

    Read the feature HERE

    Ryan Christie
  6. Celtic will lose a major final

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    There is a stage when Celtic will lose a major final, there no question. Aberdeen today did put a bit of challenge up but didn't have enough about them. Celtic have got the quality. If it's not young Forrest that's doing it then it's Christie; if it's not Christie that's doing it then someone else is doing it. They have the players in those positions to do it and off the bench also.

    Ryan Christie with the League Cup

    It's a strong bench. What Brendan Rodgers has brought to this team is a way and a knowledge of how to play the game and win games.He's brought that to this group of players. It wasn't there in the past.

  7. Up for the cup

    FT Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Celtic's celebrations
  8. Rodgers has us on fire - Forrest

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Celtic winger James Forrest praises manager Brendan Rodgers for helping the side recover their form in recent weeks.

    "It has been unbelievable and we grinded that out today and it's a joy for the fans, the players and the staff and we're buzzing with today," he tells BBC Scotland.

    "I just think the gaffer's put confidence in the team and the last couple of months we've been really good and kept the form going.

    "When you miss the penalty, you think they might get a chance, but we had a couple of chances to kill the game.

    "I think we've done well and we're all buzzing."

    Celtic's James Forrest is tackled by Max Lowe
    Image caption: James Forrest (left) has been on fine form
  9. Mackay-Steven 'conscious' after clash of heads

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BT Sport Gary Mackay-Steven is conscious and "getting some tests done in hospital" after that head clash with Dedryck Boyata.

    Gary Mackay-Steven receives medical attention following a clash of heads
  10. Rodgers hails from father to son

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers: "I feel very satisfied. Of all the trophies we’ve won this is probably the most satisfying because it wasn’t an easy start to the season for us. We played against a tough team today at the end of a tough week and the players came through to show that mentality, strength and talent.

    “It’s big hearts they’ve got and another trophy.

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers

    “In the last two months he [Ryan Christie] has been amazing and he deserves the man of the match, the status. When I came up here it used to be Charlie Christie’s son, now he’s Ryan Christie’s dad.”

  11. 'Ryan Christie should've been sent off' - McInnes

    FT Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes: "I thought we dealt with everything apart from the counter attack. Obviously we are 1-0 down and we managed to scramble a lot of their breaks but I thought it was really controlled work against the ball in the first half.

    “Whether the disruption knocks our concentration – it was too big a gap for Christie to run into but other than that I thought we kept their opportunities to a minimum.

    Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes
  12. 'Phenomenal achievement'

    FT Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder

    Congratulations to Celtic. Seven out of seven under Brendan Rodgers, it really is a phenomenal achievement. Aberdeen just lacking that final piece of the jigsaw in the team at the moment. It’ll be so frustrating for Derek McInnes, the players and fans to see their side competing at a time when Celtic are so dominant.

  13. Celtic win 'tumultuous' final

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer at Hampden

    Tumultuous final. The Dons emptied the tank and made it a hell of a tussle, but won by a terrific finish by the man of the moment, Ryan Christie, and a Celtic team with a huge spirit. Hope Gary Mackay-Steven is recovering well

  14. Celtic win League Cup

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Celtic captain Scott Brown and defender Mikael Lustig link arms before lifting the League Cup, much to the joy of their supporters inside Hampden.

  15. 'I'm speechless' - Christie

    FT: Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Ryan Christie found a way past the impressive Joe Lewis at the second attempt to net the only goal of the cup final at a sodden Hampden.

    Ryan Christie scores
    Image caption: Ryan Christie scored the winner as Celtic retained the League Cup

    "To get over the line is amazing," Christie told BT Sport.

    “My dad told me to work hard and try to get the job done. I’m speechless to be honest.

    “I said when I signed my new deal I wanted to help the club trophies back. To win this is pretty special.”

  16. FULL-TIME Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Ryan Christie's strike ensures a seventh straight trophy for Brendan Rodgers during his Celtic tenure and the first silverware of a potential 'Treble Treble.'

    Celtic defender Filip Tumultuous celebrates at the final whistle
  17. 'Cup Final drifting away'

    Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Aberdeen have got to find something from somewhere. It's desperation - this cup final is drifting away. Andrew Considine seems to have got the nod to drift up front.
  18. ADDED TIME

    Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Three minutes of added time at Hampden...

  19. Eduoard profligate

    Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    Odsonne Edouard, on the counter for Celtic, opts to go alone when he has three unmarked team-mates inside the penalty area!

    It remains 1-0 to Celtic.

  20. Ntcham on for Celtic

    Celtic 1-0 Aberdeen

    James Forrest's day is done - he's replaced by Olivier Ntcham.