Lewis Ferguson’s last-ditch overhead kick earned Aberdeen a dramatic 3-2 win over Livingston.
The Dons were locked at 2-2 with a dogged Livi and as the hosts threw bodies forward, Ferguson launched himself through the air to turn home the winner.
Earlier, Niall McGinn had given the Dons the lead, before Scott Pittman and Jack McMillan put Livi in front.
Sam Cosgrove levelled in the second half and the points looked to be shared but Ferguson had other ideas.
Derek McInnes dropped Connor McLennan and Dominic Ball from the 2-0 defeat to St Johnstone, with Cosgrove earning an immediate recall after suspension and McGinn also coming in.
Cosgrove’s strike partner Stevie May was the first to try his luck three minutes, taking Graeme Shinnie’s pass and forcing Liam Kelly to parry clear.
The Dons found the back of the net on their next foray forward as McGinn connected sweetly with a volley at the far post from Cosgrove’s first-time cross.
Their lead lasted just two minutes as Craig Sibbald exploited some confusion between Joe Lewis and Andy Considine to get a shot away, which Lewis succeeded in blocking. However the Dons number one was on the edge of his area and could only get a foot to Pittman’s rebound, which looped over him and in.
Aberdeen created little of note for a good while after the equaliser, with May heading over twice from crosses by Max Lowe and McGinn.
Disaster struck for the Dons on 33 minutes with McGinn caught in possession, allowing Pittman to play a reverse pass into McMillan and he found the bottom right corner.
A tepid first-half display from the hosts needed remedying and the half-time introduction of McLennan did just that.
After already getting the better of Bobby Burns once, McLennan beat him again moments later and weighted a pass superbly for Cosgrove to finish via the underside of the crossbar on 57 minutes.
This seemed to awaken something in the Dons, who should have gone in front six minutes later after May’s cross picked out an unmarked Considine, who contrived to head wide in front of goal.
Cosgrove was then booked for diving and May shot straight at Kelly when he was one-on-one, as a reawoken Dons tried desperately to take the lead.
Scott McKenna and Lewis Ferguson both had chances to score, one volley straight at Kelly and the other heading wide, as the Dons looked to be heading for a frustrating draw.
That was until Ferguson made himself the hero again, netting his third match-winning goal in just over a month with a speculative overhead kick in stoppage-time.