Celtic marched into the Scottish Cup semi-final with a convincing 3-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday.

Goals from Aaron Mooy, Kyogo Furuhashi - who bagged his 26th goal of a superb campaign so far - and Cameron Carter-Vickers saw Ange Postecoglou's side put the Jambos to the sword in a one-sided cup tie in the capital.

Australian international Mooy was in outstanding form as he took his goal tally to seven for the season. The 32-year-old has been a revelation for the Hoops since hooking up with his compatriot Ange Postecoglou in Glasgow's east end.

Mooy admitted that despite the pressure to win he was loving life at the club. He said: "You feel everything at this club - the support like the pressure, everything in football you can feel it. You feel it all at Celtic but I'm enjoying the challenge and hopefully it'll be a good season."

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Despite the 3-0 scoreline the Hoops might have even have been awarded a penalty in a first-half flashpoint as with Robbie Neilson's men trailing 1-0.

Former Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday crunched into a penalty-area challenge on Celtic right-back Alistair Johnston in the area as the Canadian was in the act of crossing the ball. However, neither match official Kevin Clancy nor VAR operator Willie Collum deemed the incident worthy of a check and they did not award a spot kick.

That did not deter Postecoglou's men though as the Hoops kept their hopes of completing a domestic clean sweep alive but it's best not to mention that in front of the 57-year-old who insisted that his sole focus was on Celtic's next match against Hibs before Scottish football adjourns for the international break.

Meanwhile Celtic will find out their last four opponents on Monday evening when the draw for the semi-final will be made immediately after the conclusion of Falkirk's quarter-final clash with Ayr United.

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