Sport Aberdeen fight back to seal the points against Ross County

23:11  12 august  2017
23:11  12 august  2017 Source:   pressassociation.com

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St Mirren are eight points adrift of the top six with six games left until the league splits. Aberdeen were unable to capitalise on their chances as Kilmarnock battled back to earn a 1-1 draw at Ross County stretched their unbeaten run in 2013 to eight games with a convincing 3-0 victory against

Kenny McLean and Adam Rooney both score twice as Aberdeen return to second in the Premiership with victory at Ross County . Victory lifted Aberdeen back to within 11 points of leaders Celtic, and three points ahead of Rangers, having played a game more.

Ross County v Aberdeen - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - Global Energy Stadium © PA ARCHIVE IMAGES Ross County v Aberdeen - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership - Global Energy Stadium

Aberdeen held on for all three points in a competitive match at Global Energy Stadium after they were forced to come from behind following the loss of an early goal.

Craig Curran got County off to a flyer with a goal in the second minute, but Mark Reynolds equalised mid-way through the first half with a fine finish from just inside the 18-yard box.

The Dons dominated for long spells in the second half and Shay Logan headed home with just under 20 minutes to spare to win the game 2-1.

County took the lead after just 82 seconds when Curran glanced home a Chris Routis free-kick with a downward header.

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  Jamie Lindsay impresses as Ross County start with win at Dundee Ross County dashed Dundee's hopes of a winning start as they claimed a deserved opening-day 2-1 victory in the Ladbrokes Premiership at Dens Park. Goals from Jamie Lindsay and Christopher Routis ensured a hard-working success for Jim McIntyre's men.It meant Neil McCann was denied the victory he had been aiming for in his first league match since taking over as Dundee manager on a permanent basis earlier in the summer, after a spell in caretaker charge.

The Guardian - Back to home. Make a contribution Subscribe Find a job Jobs. Sign in. Shay Logan, centre, scored his Aberdeen ’s second goal in their 4-0 win against Ross County . The substitute Scott Boyd scored to reward Kilmarnock with their first three points in two months as they held on for

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Curran had a half chance in the sixth minute when he headed over after some head tennis in the box.

It was all County in the opening spell and Routis flashed a shot over the crossbar following a Jason Naismith cross.

Aberdeen's first attempt at goal came in the 13th minute when Kenny McLean disposed Jamie Lindsay 25 yards out but his shot was well saved by Scott Fox.

The visitors were coming more into the game and they equalised in the 23rd minute when a Greg Tansey corner was only partially cleared and when the ball fell for Reynolds he lashed the ball into the net from 16 yards.

County had a chance to restore their lead in the 34th minute. Michael Gardyne did well to get a cross over from the left which fell for Naismith but he failed to find the target with a weak effort.

Anthony O'Connor and Miles Storey on target as Aberdeen see off 10-man Hamilton

  Anthony O'Connor and Miles Storey on target as Aberdeen see off 10-man Hamilton Aberdeen brushed off the disappointment of their Europa League exit with a comfortable 2-0 victory over 10-man Hamilton to kick off their Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership campaign. Anthony O'Connor netted the opener after 26 minutes and substitute Miles Storey wrapped things up in the final minute of normal time. The Dons were aided by the sending off of Hamilton debutant Xavier Tomas for two bookable offences.

current edition: US edition. The Guardian - Back to home. Rangers’ Danny Wilson (centre) celebrates scoring his side’s second goal of the game against Ross County . But after last week’s double triumph over Aberdeen , Danny Wilson’s winner seven minutes from the end sealed the

• Liam Boyce scores in Ross County ’s win • Hamilton play Hearts on Monday night. Aberdeen ’s Adam Rooney, seen here last season, scored with a penalty against Inverness. Aberdeen fought back to win 3-1 at Inverness and cut the deficit on Premiership leaders Celtic to 10 points .

Aberdeen won a free-kick in a dangerous position in the 51st minute but Considine's ball into the box was missed by everyone.

The visitors came close again three minutes later when Fox pulled off a fantastic one-handed save from Greg Stewart.

The Dons came close again in the 58th minute when a Tansey free-kick was parried by Fox but May could only scoop the rebound over from close range.

The pressure paid off in the 71st minute when Gary MacKay-Steven fired the ball over from the byline and Logan rose at the back post to nod home.

County were only seen in flashes but Jim O'Brien forced a fine save from Lewis with a low drive from 25 yards, which the keeper turned for a corner.

Nicky Maynard, who replaced May late on, came close with his first touch following a corner when he headed over from close range.

County came desperately close to a leveller in stoppage time when O'Brien cracked a shot from 25 yards against the crossbar.

But Aberdeen held on for the points.

Richard Tait and Louis Moult on target as Motherwell secure first win of season .
Louis Moult's second-half penalty sealed a hard-fought 2-0 win for Motherwell to earn the Steelmen their first three points of the season – and end 10-man Ross County's five-match unbeaten run on the road. In-demand striker Moult – who has told Motherwell he will not sign a new contract at Fir Park, manager Stephen Robinson revealed on Friday – doubled the hosts' lead from the spot 16 minutes from time after Kenny van der Weg had been sent off for bringing down the Englishman in the box.

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