Ten-man Celtic came from behind to defeat Aberdeen and go top of the Scottish Premiership.
Adam Rooney had given the Dons the lead after 27 minutes before Stefan Johansen restored parity 10 minutes later.
Hoops captain Scott Brown was sent off for a second bookable offence in the 82nd minute but that did not prevent the Celts from going on to victory thanks to Virgil van Dijk’s last minute winner.
The result moved Celtic to the top of the table, joint on points with Caley Thistle, and leaves Aberdeen in fifth position, four points behind the pacesetters.
Aberdeen stuck with the same XI that defeated Ross County 1-0 on Monday, while the Hoops made five changes from the side that drew 1-1 against Astra in Romania in the Europa League on Thursday.
Aleksandar Tonev was a notable absentee for the match as was goalkeeper Craig Gordon, who was replaced by Lukasz Zaluska while John Guidetti, Anthony Stokes and James Forrest returned to bolster the Hoops attack.
The Dons had made a lively start but were dealt an early setback when Willo Flood limped off with an injury after being fouled by John Guidetti and Barry Robson was drafted into the action with fewer than 10 minutes on the clock.
But an undeterred Aberdeen drew first blood after 27 minutes, courtesy of some shambolic Celtic defending. When Zaluska could only parry Andrew Considine’s low shot, Rooney was alert to scramble home the loose ball with the aid of deflection.
But the lead lasted only 10 minutes.
With the Dons appealing for a foul on Niall McGinn by former Don Charlie Mulgrew, the Hoops hared forward with Guidetti feeding Johansen who strode past Mark Reynolds too easily before squeezing the ball past the advancing Brown from an acute angle.
After the break, Aberdeen almost regained the lead through a superb effort from Northern Ireland international McGinn, who jinked inside past Adam Matthews before unleashing a vicious shot that flew just over the crossbar.
The Dons player went even closer moments later when he latched onto Peter Pawlett’s through ball and smashed a low effort off the post.
Celtic ended the match with ten men after captain Brown was sent off for a second bookable offence for a trip on McGinn with eight minutes remaining.
But it was the Hoops who were to have the final say in the final minute when Johansen’s back post corner was turned home by the unmarked van Dijk.
The Dons almost grabbed a late equaliser but McGinn’s effort was well stopped by Zaluska on a frustrating day for the Pittodrie side.