Ryan Jack netted an injury time equaliser as Aberdeen’s eight game winning run came to an end in an incredible 3-3 draw against Dundee at Pittodrie.
David Goodwillie’s fifth goal of the season gave the Dons an early lead but Gary Irvine and Greg Stewart gave the Dark Blues the half time advantage before Gary Harkins volleyed home a third three minutes after the break.
However Jonny Hayes pulled one back from the penalty spot after 87 minutes before Jack netted from close range to earn the Dons a point.
The Pittodrie side remain top of the Scottish Premiership but are only two points above Ronny Deila’s Celtic who have two games in hand.
It took Aberdeen only seven minutes to break the deadlock when Niall McGinn robbed Gary Irvine of possession before playing in Adam Rooney whose back-post cross was turned home by Goodwillie to ease the nerves around Pittodrie.
The Dons were dominating but, completely against the run of play, they were punished for some slack defending in the 38th minute, that allowed Gary Irvine to jink past two weak challenges before thrashing the ball high into the net.
Pittodrie was stunned and worse was to follow only two minutes later.
This time Greg Stewart exchanged passes Luka Tankulic before slotting the ball beyond Scott Brown with the outside of his left foot to send the visiting supporters into raptures.
Aberdeen almost equalised within two minutes of the restart when Peter Pawlett cut the ball into the path of Rooney but the Irishman fluffed his lines and hit the post with a poor effort.
And they were punished a minute later when Harkins seized upon Taylor’s weak clearance to lash the ball past Brown with the aid of a deflection.
Aberdeen had the chance to pull one back when substitute Lawrence Shankland was brought down by Kostadin Gadzhalov and Hayes powered the ball home from the spot with three minutes left.
And deep into injury time, the Dons salvaged a point when Jack turned home Shay Logan’s back-post cross to cap an incredible comeback.