Aberdeen came from behind to score an injury time winner as they beat St Mirren 2-1 at Pittodrie.
The Dons trailed to Ethan Erhahon’s spectacular opener for Saints but a Marley Watkins goal and a Lewis Ferguson strike in the 92nd minute gave Derek McInnes’s side victory.
Dons boss Derek McInnes named the same starting 11 which won 3-0 at Ross County on Sunday
Aberdeen started the game brightly against a Saints side which arrived at Pittodrie bottom of the Premiership and Jak Alnwick in the Saints goal was key to the visitors not conceding early.
He smothered a Marley Watkins cutback before parrying powerful drives from Jonny Hayes and Lewis Ferguson as the home side pushed for an opener.
His efforts almost paid off when Jon Obika broke the Dons’ offside trap to run clear on goal but Tommie Hoban did well to get back and block his effort, the defender getting a crucial touch to divert the striker’s effort just past the post.
St Mirren had finished the first half with confidence and the visitors stunned the Dons by breaking the deadlock in spectacular fashion early in the second period.
Ethan Erhahon got the goal, the midfielder lashing a 25 yard strike high past Dons captain Joe Lewis to give the visitors the lead.
The Dons were stunned by the loss of the goal but they were back on level times in the 71st minute when substitute Connor McLennan and Ryan Hedges combined to create a chance for Marley Watkins on the edge of the box and the striker beat Alnwick with a low drive.
Watkins’ equaliser set-up a frantic finale but Saints looked to have done enough to earn a share of the spoils as the match entered injury time.
However, Dons midfielder Lewis Ferguson had other ideas and he won it at the death for his side when he fired a low drive pat Alnwick from the edge of the box.