Celtic started nine times in a row earlier this week after the Scottish Premiership season ended on points per game.
The campaign had eight games to go before football stopped in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic, with hoops toping the table 13 points.
The SPFL could not find a way to play the remaining games, so they decided to bring the campaign to a close.
Celtic will now try to make it 10 in a row next season, but their ninth consecutive title would not have been possible without some top-class players in the past nine campaigns, and Hoops legend Chris Sutton has decided to pay homage to him pay The best of the bunch who chooses their best nine in a row starting from XI.
My best 9-in-a-row Xl … who would be in yours? 9 # 9inarowXl https://t.co/PRHycR5zsB
– Chris Sutton (@ chris_sutton73), May 22, 2020
Virgil Van Dijk, Mikael Lustig, Kieran Tierney and Moussa Dembele are the only ones who no longer play for Celtic, while the other seven play a major role in Neil Lennon's team this season.
Skipper Scott Brown has been constantly present through Celtic's recent dominance and has played a role in each of the club's last 10 titles. One can say with certainty that he will go down in history as a Hoops legend.