Celtic have won their 12th successive domestic trophy with a penalty shoot-out victory over Heart of Midlothian after a sensational 3-3 draw in the Scottish Cup final.
Young Celtic keeper Conor Hazard was the hero, saving spot-kicks from Stephen Kingsley and Craig Wighton in just his third appearance for the team after Ryan Christie's miss had handed Hearts the advantage.
Defender Kristoffer Ajer then smashed home the winner to settle a see-saw final 4-3 in the shoot-out.
Socceroo Tom Rogic, on as a 68th-minute substitute for midfielder David Turnbull, had a chance to settle the tie in the final minute of extra-time, but his half-volley from the edge of the penalty area drifted narrowly wide.
A superb opener from Christie was followed by Ousmane Edouard's penalty to put Celtic in control by the break but Liam Boyce and Kingsley struck for second-tier Hearts to ensure the extra period.
Substitute Leigh Griffiths fired Celtic in front in the 105th minute only for Josh Ginnelly to level again in the second additional period.
But 22-year-old Northern Irishman Hazard proved the difference to seal Celtic's fourth consecutive domestic treble, which was completed behind closed doors at Hampden Park as Scotland battles to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
The Glasgow club's winning run will not reach 13 successive trophies, as they are already eliminated from the 2020-21 League Cup which concludes early next year.