Rangers won the Scottish Premiership title for the first time since 2011, with Celtic held to a 0-0 draw at Dundee United on Sunday.
Steven Gerrard’s men came close to being crowned champions with a comfortable 3-0 victory over St Mirren the day before.
This left Rangers 21 points ahead of Celtic who needed to win to avoid the crowning of their bitter rivals.
However, they were unable to do so as a Dundee United battled for a point.
Celtic were looking to win ten league titles in a row at the start of the season, but failed to assert the dominance they have shown over the majority of the past decade.
The Rangers last won the title in 2011, but were liquidated in 2012 due to a financial crisis.
At the start of the 2012/13 season, the club were forced to rebuild themselves from the fourth tier of Scottish football.
They eventually returned to the Scottish Premiership in 2016/17, but have struggled to keep pace with Celtic in recent years.
This season has been a whole different story, with Rangers getting ahead while Celtic hesitating on several occasions.
The gap between the teams has continued to grow and the Rangers are now champions in early March with a 20-point lead.
Knowing their triumph was inevitable, fans even flew an airplane banner over the Dundee United vs Celtic game in the first half.
He was like, “Can you see us now ?! # 55TITLES. “
When Gerrard arrived at Ibrox, the Rangers were still reeling from the turmoil of 2012 and desperately needed a change.
After Pedro Caxinha’s disastrous 227-day stint as manager and another goalkeeper stint for Graeme Murty, the Gers needed a man for the long haul.
TalkSPORT Scottish football correspondent David Tanner recalls that no one thought Gerrard could be the one to make a difference.
According to Tanner, the Rangers were “a shambles of a club” that was “without leadership and without credibility”.
At the time, Celtic were experiencing new levels of success on the national front under Brendan Rodgers.
Giving the job to Gerrard – his first in the leadership – was a bold call from Gers president Dave King.
It is a bet that has paid off.