CELTIC made history on Saturday when a 4-0 win over St Johnstone saw them break their own century-old British domestic unbeaten record. 

The Hoops made it 63 games without defeat at the same venue where they were last beaten domestically, McDiarmid Park, surpassing the previous record set by Willie Maley's side during the First World War. 

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Celtic currently top the Ladbrokes Premiership table, three points clear of nearest rivals Aberdeen, and face Motherwell in the Betfred Cup final on 26 November. 

How well do you know the number behind the Bhoys' incredible run?