Half time: Aberdeen 1 Partick Thistle 1The Dons went back into the lead only a minute after the break. A Wells free kick picked out Mbayo in the box and his header was flicked on to the bar by Harvie. The rebound fell perfectly for Sam Roscoe to power a header past the stranded keeper to make it 2-1. Sam's first goal of the season. Toby Wells thought he'd made it 3-1 on 50 minutes but an offside flag against Dangana ruled the goal out. Sam Roscoe came within inches of getting his second goal when he headed Ethan Ross' accurate cross just wide. The third goal the Dons deserved duly arrived on 55 minutes when Seb Ross slipped the ball pat Stevenson after brilliant lead up play between Wells and Dangana. Really good work on the right-hand side being finished off by Seb who notched his sixth league goal of the season. Two minutes later it was 4-1, Seb Ross again the scorer firing a Ryan Harrington cutback high into the net. Another swift move from the Dons culminating in a fine finish. On the hour, a shell-shocked Thistle made a double switch bringing on Galasso and Granger for Fleming and Krones. Four minutes later Joe MacPherson came on for Danny Harvie, the sub slotting into midfield and Toby Wells moving to left back. Dangana and Antoniazzi both came close as the Dons continued to dominate while Thistle struggled to create any danger although sub Evan Galasso forced a fine save from Rogers in 71 minutes, the Irishman tipping his fierce left footed drive over the top. Thistle did get a goal back on 74 minutes when Fitzpatrick picked up a pass from Higgins to find the net via the post. The Dons were stung back into action by that set-back and quickly made it 5-2 as Seb Ross smashed the ball past Stevenson to complete his hat-trick after Antoniazzi headed a Wells cross into his path. Another great finish from the Inverurie youngster and a well-deserved treble. Thistle took off keeper Stevenson bringing on Scullion for the final 13 minutes. On 85 minutes, Lewis Hutchison replaced Ethan Ross who had played well on the wide left for the Dons. Wilson grabbed his second and Thistle's third goal with four minutes to go then straight from kick off Seb Ross smashed in his fourth of the game from the edge of the box to make it 6-3. It was raining goals at Station Park! That ended the scoring in a hugely entertaining match with four-goal Seb Ross the star of the show.