Football
Celtic break Willie Maley’s 100-year-old British record

It was one-way traffic thereafter in Perth and Moussa Dembele fired in from close range with 18 minutes remaining.

Nov.04 - SportLand: St Johnstone 0 Celtic 4: Celtic broke their own 100-year-old British record of 62 domestic games without defeat with a convincing win over dogged but toothless St Johnstone. 

Brendan Rodgers' side dominated possession before Scott Sinclair side-footed home Stuart Armstrong's low corner just before the half hour.

It was one-way traffic thereafter in Perth and Moussa Dembele fired in from close range with 18 minutes remaining.

St Johnstone, who started the day sixth in the table, were the last Scottish team to defeat the Premiership leaders and drew 1-1 in their most recent meeting.

But Tommy Wright's injury-hit side went into this encounter without a goal in a run of five games without a win and against a team who had only conceded six times in their opening 11 league matches this season - their best start to a season since 2003-04.     

Steven Anderson's own goal and Olivier Ntcham's strike completed a famous day.