Wanyama's Celtic clinches Scottish titleBy BBC | Monday, April 9 2012 at 15:51
Celtic, which Kenyan international Victor Wanyama plays for, clinched the Scottish title in style via a demolition of Kilmarnock, with Charlie Mulgrew the architect.
Mulgrew scored two and set up two more as Neil Lennon's side, needing only a point, put the result beyond doubt by half-time at Rugby Park.
He headed in after eight minutes, Glenn Loovens nodded in nine minutes later, Mulgrew fired the 35th-minute third and Gary Hooper volleyed in on 45 minutes.
Joe Ledley chipped in after 88 minutes and Hooper shot home two minutes later.
Lennon's first title in his second full season as manager - and Celtic's first in four years - comes after they came from 15 points behind to overhaul holders Rangers, who began to stumble even before being docked 10 points by the Scottish Premier League for going into administration in February.
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