Half time Aberdeen 0 Ross County 1Neither side made any changes at the interval and fortunately the fog seemed to have eased a little. Aberdeen were first to threaten and keeper Munro needed two attempts to clutch a fiercely struck free kick from Toby Wells. Craig Storie came close to an equaliser, firing a powerful shot wide from an acute angle just over, following a Frank Ross corner. On 54 minutes Billy McKay found space but fired over when well positioned. Harlain Mbayo was stretchered off after having received lengthy treatment following a serious injury. Sam Roscoe coming on to replace the unfortunate skipper. After going up for a header there was a clash of heads but it may also have been the way Harlain landed that caused the problem. Everyone wishes Harlain a speedy recovery. Scott Wright flashed a left foot effort just wide of the keeper's right hand post as the Dons stepped up their efforts for an equaliser which their pressing merited. It was great effort from Scott. Then McKenna's powerful header from Ross's corner looked a goal all the way until Ashmore knocked it off the line. But the goal came on 74 minutes when the unfortunate keeper Munro punched a Frank Ross corner into his own net. The second fortunate goal of the night but no more than Aberdeen deserved after an improved second half showing. A minute a later the keeper redeemed himself when Frank Ross was put in on the left, his shot was well saved by the legs of Munro. Keillor-Dunn fashioned a decent opening for himself on 79 minutes but lacked composure as he blazed his shot high over. Paul Sheerin made a second change as Lewis Hutchison took over from Scott Wright with ten minutes remaining. MacIver shot just over from twenty yards as County came more into it, the game becoming quite stretched as it moved towards what was certain to be a long period of injury time. Ashmore was given too much space to meet a left wing corner but his powerful shot was just wide. Aberdeen's final switch saw Dangana come on for McLennan in the 89th minute. McKenna came close again from a Ross corner, his header going just wide. County snatched the lead a minute into stoppage time when Keillor-Dunn found space in the box to drill a left foot shot past Rogers. Turner then replaced Morrison for County. Two minutes later it was all square again as David Dangana smashed a great shot into the corner of the net from 12 yards. With 12 minutes of injury time to be played a grandstand finish was on the cards!Anderson saw a shot blocked then fine defending from Morrison prevented Dangana breaking clear as Aberdeen pushed forward. County left back Malcolm, booked earlier for a tackle on Wright, paid the price for one foul too many, seeing red seven minutes into added time. Aberdeen were now in the ascendancy looking for the winner. Munro saved brilliantly from Anderson as the added period went beyond ten minutes but no more goals came and the match ended with honours even after a highly entertaining tussle. The Dons had a good number of goalmouth scrambles when they just could not force the ball over the line, but a draw was probably a fair result between two really committed sides.