Lincoln Red Imps have had a cheeky pop at Celtic following their Scottish Cup triumph against Hearts on Sunday.

The victory ensured the Hoops completed a quadruple domestic treble with their 40th Scottish Cup win, their fourth in a row which is another record.

Neil Lennon's side were quick to claim that their quadruple treble was a "world first" but Gibraltarian minnows Lincoln Red Imps have pointed out that they've completed the feat before.

On Twitter they quoted Celtic's "world first" tweet and said: "Hold my beer. The #QuintupleTreble - 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07 and 2007/08."

Celtic boss Neil Lennon left Hampden Park feeling “unique” after becoming the first person in Scottish football to win the domestic treble as a player and manager.

The former Celtic captain, who completed the clean sweep in 2001 as a midfielder under Martin O’Neill, watched his side emerge triumphant after a 4-3 penalty shoot-out win over Hearts in the delayed 2019-20 William Hill Scottish Cup final.

The Hoops boss, who has found himself under increasing pressure this season following some disappointing results, said: “I must be doing something right.

“If it was that easy it would have been done long before me.

“It is unique, I feel unique at the minute. It is something very special to me.

“I said to the players: ‘I need this as much as you need it’, and you seen them all at the end, how much they felt for me as well and my backroom team, who are important to me.

“It is a culmination of a lot of hard work over 20 years but I feel fantastic. I know I don’t look it but I feel it.

“It is very special to me. It is a great source of personal pride.

“I feel so proud and pride in my players and backroom staff. John Kennedy (assistant) has been an absolute rock.

“So this is as much for him and I want to thank Peter (Lawwell, chief executive), Dermot (Desmond, major shareholder) and the board for all the support they gave me.

“It’s a great achievement. You will never see that (quadruple treble) again.

“They will talk about this group of players in 30, 40 years’ time and they will thoroughly deserve it. It is a monumental achievement.”