Lewis Ferguson introduced his own version of Fergie time after the midfielder fired home an injury time winner for Aberdeen against St Mirren at Pittodrie.
The Dons left it late to see off the Buddies in their final game before the international break, coming from behind to win 2-1 with Ferguson’s late winner securing another win for the Dons.
Ferguson was relieved to score the goal which secured all three points for his side.
He said: “It was difficult. I thought we started the game well today. For some reason, I don’t know why, we got sloppy. We started giving the ball away. They were the ones who looked like they would score.
“We went in at half time and we addressed that. I thought we played a wee bit better when we came back out. We still weren’t at our best. We concede an unstoppable strike.
“Credit to the boys to get back into the game. Scoring the winner in the last minute was brilliant.
“I don’t think I caught it right to be fair. I’ve been struggling the last few weeks with a quad problem in my right leg, so I don’t know if the medical team will be too happy with me trying to smash one from the edge of the box.
“Thankfully it went in the back of the net and we’ve got three points.”
Dons boss Derek McInnes was not surprised to see Ferguson deliver when his side needed him most.
He said: “Fergie is a big time player. He was quiet tonight, but when we needed a big moment he delivers as he so often has for us.
“It was the same three points we got from beating Ross County last week. There are different ways to win a game, but we got it done. It is important to have that in the team and it has been synonymous in my team.”
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin was frustrated to leave Pittodrie with nothing to show for his efforts.
He said: “I’m absolutely devastated. I’m so proud of the players and I know it’s a cliché from a lot of managers, but we have come here and played so well.
“Tonight was an example of what we are capable of and certainly a performance I want to put on the park regularly. We started on the front foot and the energy levels, commitment and desire was everything I wanted to see.”