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Dundee fight back for draw

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Title challengers Aberdeen were left left frustrated as they allowed hosts Dundee to come from behind to register a draw in a hard-fought Scottish Premiership match at Dens Park.

The Pittodrie club took a first-half lead through Adam Rooney but Dundee levelled after 69 minutes when Stephen McGinn netted his first goal for the club.

Dundee deserved their point while the Dons must feel frustrated at not closing the gap on Celtic at the top of the table.

Dundee had claims for a penalty after 22 minutes...

Aberdeen 2-1 Motherwell

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A second half fightback saw Aberdeen defeat relegation threatened Motherwell 2-1 at Pittodrie and cut Celtic's lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to three points.

Scott McDonald diverted in a Lee Erwin shot to give the visitors an interval lead but Ash Taylor and Adam Rooney scored in quick succession early in the second half to hand the Dons victory.

It was far from pretty but nonetheless a crucial three points for Derek McInnes' team, particularly with Celtic not in league action again until...

Celtic extend their lead at the top

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Celtic stretched their lead over Scottish Premiership title rivals Aberdeen to six points with a 4-0 trouncing of the Dons at Parkhead.

Hoops keeper Craig Gordon was the busier keeper in the first-half before an initial mistake from his Dons counterpart Scott Brown led to defender Jason Denayer heading the home side into a 37th minute lead from a corner.

The visitors, so impressive before the break, fell apart in the second-half and after several close calls striker Leigh Griffiths made it 2-0 with...

Aberdeen 3-0 St Mirren

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Ruthless Aberdeen swept aside St Mirren as they maintained the pressure on Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership with a 3-0 demolition of Gary Teale's side.

The Saints boss was powerless to help his team as he served a one-match touchline ban, and could only look on as Adam Rooney's double and a Mark Reynolds header saw his side well beaten.

Derek McInnes' side were on top for much of the first half, and threatened early through former Saint Kenny McLean, his header from a Ryan Jack cross just...

Dons keep pressure on Celtic

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A phantom goal from Adam Rooney failed to prevent Aberdeen cutting the gap on Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic to three points as they triumphed 3-0 at Hamilton.

Rooney's shot bounced at least a yard over the line late in the first half but referee Willie Collum waved play on.

However, the Dons were already two ahead after early goals from Andrew Considine and Ryan Jack and were comfortably heading for the three points long before Collum sent off Hamilton defender Jesus Garcia Tena on the hour mark.

Collum...