By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Henrik Larsson signed off in style as he scored twice for Celtic in his final home match before he departs Parkhead in the summer.
The prolific Swede is nearing the end of his incredibly successful spell in Glasgow and brought the curtain down on his Bhoys SPL career by winning the game against Dundee United with both goals in a 2-0 win.
Larsson's destination is not yet known but his place in Celtic folklore is under no doubt as he has been banging in the goals for the club from start to finish.
His last league game for Martin O'Neill's men looked like ending with a whimper as the game was locked at 0-0 after 80 minutes, but all the action came in the final ten.
Larsson netted on 81 minutes and grabbed his second three minutes later, and even a Mark Wilson penalty three minutes before the end could not spoil the party.
Larsson will represent the champions in their Scottish Cup final against Dunfermline next Saturday and few would bet against him grabbing a goal in his final game.
Celtic's cup opponents Dunfermline faced the other Old Firm giants Rangers at East End Park, and went down 3-2.
Gary Dempsey gave the hosts the lead after 27 minutes and Michael Mols was then dismissed for Alex McLeish's side.
Fernando Ricksen and Chris Burke put The Gers ahead and Ross McCormack sealed the win from the penalty spot for the ten men.
Dempsey grabbed his second of the game to reduce the arrears to 3-2 but it was not enough for The Pars as they geared up for the final with a loss.
Scott McDonald and David Clarkson cancelled out a Dennis Wyness goal to give Motherwell a 2-1 lead at half time at Hearts.
However, Wyness struck his second after 68 minutes to draw the hosts level and Kevin McKenna scored with 15 minutes left at Tynecastle to give Jambos the win.
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