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Clive Lindsay

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  1. Europe-bound

    It's back to European business on Thursday.

    Join us for more live coverage as Celtic host RB Leipzig and Rangers make the long journey to face Spartak Moscow in the Europa League.

    But don't forget that we are streaming live today's Scottish Women's Cup final as holders Hibernian face second division champions Motherwell. It is also live on BBC Alba.

  2. Late Ferguson free-kick wins it

    Lewis Ferguson

    You can now read Kenny Crawford's thoughts on Aberdeen's win in Kilmarnock.

    Late Ferguson free-kick gives Aberdeen win at Killie

    Lewis Ferguson

    Lewis Ferguson is Aberdeen's hero for the second time in a week as his late free-kick gives the Dons a late win at Kilmarnock.

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  3. Anderson's your man

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Despite manager Derek McInnes lauding teenage midfielder Lewis Ferguson, it is Bruce Anderson who is your man of the match for that one bit of striking instinct that brought Aberdeen back into the match.

    It was the 20-year-old's second goal in 11 substitute appearances for the Dons.

  4. McInnes hails match-winner Ferguson

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes tells BBC Scotland: "To get a late winner is always sweet.

    "I thought it was a game that was lacking in quality throughout, but the one moment of quality comes from Lewis Ferguson again.

    "Killie played with far more intent, more aggression, the penalty epitomised how we were - Shay's Logan challenge was limp, half hearted."

    Asked if it was a penalty for Kilmarnock's opener, he says: "I've been told it is, but it was Bobby Madden who told me that.

    Aberdeen scorer Lewis Ferguson celebrates

    "But I could tell with Shay's reaction a bit. Normally, he would be far more vocal than that, but he's allowed that decision to be made whatever it is.

    "The only one for me who had a 90-minute performance in him was young Lewis.

    "But everybody in the second half gave an Aberdeen performance. Not brilliant in terms of quality, but there was far more intent."

  5. We beat ourselves - Dicker

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Kilmarnock midfielder Gary Dicker tells BBC Scotland: "It's a sore one, especially being ahead in the game.

    "You've got to see that out if you want to finish high up the league.

    "You have got to beat the teams around you, but I think we beat ourselves.

    "We knew what was going to come in the second half, but we've got to see the game out and make better decisions.

    "In the first half, we got in their faces, but we sat off them in the second half and they didn't have to defend very much.

    "That said, they didn't really create very much in the second half."

  6. We switched off - Killie's Clarke

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was quick to point out the difference in ambition between his club and Aberdeen considering the visitors have a far larger playing budget.

    But he tells BT Sport: "It is a sore one to take. Days like these are disappointing, but if we learn from them, we will still be up there challenging.

    "If we switch off like we did at the end of the second half, it will be more difficult for us"

    Kilmarnock's Steve Clarke
    Image caption: Kilmarnock's Steve Clarke was left to wonder how the points slipped away
  7. 'Sore one' for Killie

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Gary Holt

    Livingston manager on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: It is a sore one to play well in the game, to control the game for spells, to go one up. There is not too much Kilmarnock could have done differently. They have just been caught by a sucker punch at the end
  8. Credit to McInnes

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Willie Miller

    Former Scotland defender on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: The Aberdeen manager has got to take credit for making the changes and the subs have changed the game for him
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    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Mr Kinnear: Ugly but satisfying win for the Dons today! We didn't look at the races in the first half and not much better in second, but two quality goals from the young team. Well done lads! Great perseverance. #aberdeenfc#bbcsportscot

  10. What a week for Aberdeen!

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at Rugby Park

    In the last eight days, Aberdeen have progressed to a League Cup final, beaten Hamilton comfortably at home and been the first side to beat Kilmarnock in seven games.

    Yes, this was a bit of a smash and grab, but that’s football and the young promise of Bruce Anderson and Lewis Ferguson has got the Dons out of a tight spot.

  11. McInnes loves Rugby Park

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    That extends Derek McInnes' excellent record at Rugby Park. It's 10 visits as Aberdeen manager and he's won them all.

    It takes Aberdeen up to seventh place in the Premiership above Livingston on goal difference.

    Kilmarnock miss out on regaining third place and remain behind Rangers on goal difference.

    Lewis Ferguson (left) celebates his winning goal
    Image caption: Lewis Ferguson (left) scored the winning goal
  12. Highway robbery in Ayrshire

    FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Richard Gordon

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Quote Message: Aberdeen will be picking up their Dick Turpin masks after this
  13. FULL-TIME Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Well, how did that happen?

    Aberdeen were second best for most of the match, but a smash and grab raid ends Kilmarnock's fine run.

    Kris Boyd's penalty was just reward for the home side's first-half dominance, but two young Dons leave the home crowd stunned.

    Bruce Anderson's toe poke and teenager Lewis Ferguson's fine free-kick both deceived goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald.

    Two shots on target, two goals and three points for Aberdeen.

    Lewis Ferguson scores the winner
    Image caption: Lewis Ferguson scored the winner for Aberdeen
  14. Post update

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Kilmarnock centre-half Kirk Broadfoot is treading a fine line as he remonstrates with a couple of Aberdeen players as the home side throw everyone into the opposition box.

  15. Post update

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis pushes a Jordan Jones drive wide for a corner as Kilmarnock push for that equaliser.

  16. Post update

    Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    We are into three minutes of stoppage time...

    Can Kilmarnock salvage a draw?

  17. GOAL Kilmarnock 1-2 Aberdeen

    Lewis Ferguson

    Two shots on goals and two have hit the net.

    Lewis Ferguson curls a low drive round the wall and it nestles between goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald's fingertips and the post.

    Ferguson has been completely anonymous until now. MacDonald has been suspect at both Aberdeen goals.


    Kilmarnock 1-1 Aberdeen

    Suddenly it is danger for Kilmarnock as Kirk Broadfoot is booked after conceding a foul 20 yards out, pulling down Graeme Shinnie.

  19. McGinn replaces with Wright

    Kilmarnock 1-1 Aberdeen

    Niall McGinn refuses the handshake of Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty as he is hauled off and replaced with Scott Wright.

    To be fair, the Northern Ireland winger has had a poor game.

  20. Power play

    Kilmarnock 1-1 Aberdeen

    It looks like we are in for a frantic finish with neither side settling for a draw.

    The play is end to end and Alan Power thumps a drive just over the Abedeen crossbar and on to the roof of the net after a fine break and pass from Mikael Ndjoli.