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Tierney's key role as Celtic make history

Lisbon Lions' record broken

Douglas-born professional footballer Kieran Tierney was named man of the match as Celtic made history at the weekend.

The 19-year-old left-back, who has recently returned from long-term injury, was outstanding in the 4-0 victory over Hearts on Sunday.

Tierney played a decisive role in the second goal, then set up Patrick Roberts for the third with another fine cross from the left flank.

The win made it 27 domestic matches unbeaten for Brendan Rodgers' Celtic side, breaking the 50-year-old mark set by Jock Stein's legendary Lisbon Lions.

They have also only dropped two points in 22 league matches, and are currently on a 17-game winning streak in the league.

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