Ghanaian teen defender Jeremie Frimpong, has won the Scottish Premier League title with Celtic in his debut season.
The Hoops were awarded their ninth successive title after the SPFL officially cancelled the season due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Average points per game played were used to determine final placings.
Celtic were 13 points ahead of nearest challengers Rangers – having played a game more – when the season was halted.
Celtic dominated the Premiership, winning 26 games out of 30 as they scored 89 goals and conceded just 19 in the process.
The only change to the table from when football was halted on 13 March is that St Johnstone go sixth, above Hibernian.
The ongoing Covid-19 crisis has caused consternation across Europe when it comes to the matter of how leagues should be finished.
This title is Frimpong’s second major title of the season after winning the Scottish League Cup last December.
The 20-year-old made 14 appearances in all competitions for Celtic, scored two goals and provided three assists.