So two pretty contrasting views on the all-important penalty decision that ultimately decided the match.
Martin Canning believes Willie Collum was right to penalise Anthony O'Connor for a foul in the box on Alex D'Acol, but his Aberdeen counterpart Derek McInnes is firm in his belief that it was the wrong call.
When all said and done it's Hamilton who emerge with the three points, just their second league win of the season. They'll be feeling good when they look at the Premiership table tonight to see they are riding high in the top six - for 24 hours at least.
Aberdeen miss the chance to move within a point of Celtic, and remain four points off the leaders having played two games more. They'll be targeting a win when the sides meet on Saturday at Pittodrie to keep pace in the title race.
Before that though there are five Premiership matches tomorrow night. Dundee host Partick Thistle, Kilmarnock face Hearts, Motherwell play Inverness, Rangers take on St Johnstone and Ross County go up against Celtic.
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