GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) _ Henrik Larsson scored two goals for Celtic in a 3-1 win over Dundee United in the Scottish Cup Sunday to set a team record for goals with 49.

Celtic already has won the Scottish League and League Cup and will have a shot at the treble on May 26 in the Scottish Cup final against Hibernian, which defeated Livingston on Saturday 3-0.

Larsson, a Swedish international, scored in the 32nd minute to tie the post-war record, and then established a new mark on a penalty in the 79th. Jackie McNamara added Celtic's other goal in the 80th with Derek Lilley getting one back for Dundee United in the 84th.

Larsson has five league games remaining and the league cup final left.

Celtic last won the Scottish Cup in 1995 and has won the nation's top cup prize 30 times, one more than Rangers.

``Tremendous,'' said Larsson. ``It was great to get the goals today. We won, that's what we came here for today.''

Sunday's match in Scotland was the only one in Britain with Manchester United having wrapped up its third straight league title and seventh in nine seasons in England on Saturday.