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Summary

  1. Dons yet to beat Caley Thistle this season
  2. Adam Rooney gives Aberdeen an early lead
  3. Iain Vigurs equalises for Inverness
  4. Greg Tansey penalty gives Inverness the lead
  5. Carl Tremarco heads third for home side

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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    That's all from me folks. Thanks for your company and congratulations to Inverness on a big win over Aberdeen.

    We'll be back with more live action tomorrow, with an Edinburgh derby replay in the Scottish Cup, Rangers going to Kilmarnock and the bottom two in a key Premiership match at Tannadice. Make sure you join us for that feast of football.

    Inverness beat Aberdeen 3-1
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    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "Some big decisions went against us in both boxes. It's clearly not a penalty. Their player has conned the referee and I thought we had a penalty when Graeme Shinnie had his leg taken away from him.

    "Inverness played well. When you see them as determined as that you are surprised not to see them higher up the table. You have to credit the opposition but we never played to our level."

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    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Inverness gaffer John Hughes hurls some colourful abuse in the direction of BBC Sportsound host Richard Gordon, who may be fond of Aberdeen.

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    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Still no sign of Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes. It will be interesting to get his take on the penalty decision but he can't be happy with his side. They were second best in most areas of the park after taking an early lead.

    The Dons can't afford to feel too sorry for themselves since they are back in action on Friday, visiting Partick Thistle. It might be interesting to hear the manager's view on the fixture scheduling too...

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    Dave, Bishopton: Collum is now ruining games now. Three penalty decisions and he managed to get all three wrong. Fantastic consistently from him there...the type of consistency that gets you to the Euro's. Aberdeen were very poor though to be fair. 

    Andy, Airdrie fan in Cumbernauld: Two stonewall penalties not given to Aberdeen and one given against them that certainly wasn't. Willie Collum, our alleged best ref, has effectively ended the title race. 

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    BBC Sportsound pundit Barry Wilson

    "That's the best performance of the season from Inverness. It's better for them when teams come at them and they can play it quicker on the counter-attack. Too often they are slow and deliberate in possession but they had a real good tempo about them tonight."

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    Inverness CT manager John Hughes on BBC Radio Scotland

    "We passed it well, we sucked them in and we might have scored a few more if we'd been more clinical. We played without a centre forward and got our full-backs up and down. 

    "We had a bit of luck with the penalty, no doubt. Trust me, there's been plenty going against us this season."

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    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Inverness remain unbeaten against Aberdeen this season, taking seven points from a possible nine. They leapfrog St Johnstone into the top half of the table. A good night's work for the hosts...

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    BBC Sportsound pundit Willie Miller

    "The whole game turns on the penalty decision. Ross Draper was never in control of the ball. I just can't understand the decision. It's a really bad decision. It's two big players going for the ball with their feet up, nothing more."

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    FT: Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Is that the Aberdeen title challenge up in smoke? It was a very timid display from the visitors who could not match the intensity and physicality of the hosts.

    Referee Willie Collum will once again come in for some serious flak but there is no question that Caley Thistle are deserved winners.

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    Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

  15. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen have the ball in the net as Cammy Smith prods in a shot but the whistle had sounded for an offside infringement. No late drama...

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    Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Another late change for the hosts as Ryan Williams takes over from Miles Storey, who has put in a real shift tonight.

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    Inverness CT 3-1 Aberdeen

    Operation run down the clock begins for the hosts as Lewis Horner trots off to be replaced by Liam Hughes.

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    Margaret, Aberdeenshire: Well done so far ICT. Keep going. Love you. Margaret. Celtic fan.

    Jack, Rutherglen: Really shocked with aberdeens route one long ball tactics.

    Kenny: Why is collum still allowed to referee Aberdeen games? Absolute disgrace! And he's Scotland's best?  

  20. Flare up

    The generator for the undersoil heating lets off smoke inside the stadium
    Image caption: Not a flare, but the generator for the undersoil heating lets off smoke inside the stadium