Caltex Socceroo Tom Rogic got his name on the scoresheet to help Celtic clinch the title against arch-rivals Rangers in Scotland overnight.
The midfielder was part of an emphatic Celtic performance as they beat Rangers 5-0 on Sunday night (AEST) to clinch a seventh-straight Scottish Premiership title.
With his side leading 3-0 at half-time, Rogic added a fourth early in the second half to kill off any hopes of a Rangers comeback at Celtic Park.
After a scrap inside the box, the ball fell kindly to Rogic on the edge of the area with the playmaker calmly stroking home a left-footed strike past Rangers keeper Jak Alnwick.
It was Rogic's fifth goal of the campaign and his third in three matches against Rangers in the league this season.
He also scored for the Hoops in their Scottish Cup Semi-Final win over their Glasgow rivals.
The Australian got through 67 minutes for Brendan Rodgers' side before being replaced by Scott Sinclair.
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