Another disappointing result for Aberdeen as they lost to Inverness at home. The performance was much improved from the previous match (where they had lost 9-0) however the failure to get at least a point from the match put Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee's job under more threat.
Former Aberdeen player Ryan Esson had a great game in goal for Inverness.
Both teams had chances at the start to take the lead but it wasn't until the 34th minute that Inverness opened the scoring. Adam Rooney scored from the spot after Aberdeen FC player Folly was caught pushing Grant Munro to the ground in the box.
The question was asked if Aberdeen had enough determination to respond to going down 1-0 and that question was answered by substitute Velicka who scored a great goal 5 minutes (49th minute) after half-time.
It looked like the game would finish as a 1-1 draw, however Inverness managed to nick all 3 points near the end when Grant Munro scored a header after some shocking defending by Aberdeen on the 81st minute.
The game finished as 2-1 and the majority of the 5,917 crowd went home unhappy.
At the end of the game i read that Aberdeen has only picked up 4 points out of a possible 30. Which is totally unacceptable!
Next game was against Glasgow Rangers at Ibrox. Blog about that to follow.