Half Time Aberdeen 1-4 RangersAberdeen started the second half brightly and they pulled an early goal back. Barron's corner from the left wasn't dealt with by the Rangers defence and Dangana pounced to push the ball over the line to give The Dons hope. Sensing a comeback was on, Aberdeen pushed for a third goal. The Dons worked the ball well, substitute Max Barry's cross field pass found Duncan, his cut back fell back to Barry but he blazed his effort over the bar. The game was a much more even contest in the second half with both sides battling to win the midfield battle. Dangana was denied his second goal of the game when he pounced on confusion in the Rangers defence but Jay Hogarth came rushing off his line to block the striker's effort. Aberdeen kept looking for their third goal and came close with 15 minutes remaining. Hanratty displayed good skill to create space for himself. He glided across the park and fed Duncan but his shot from a tight angle was saved by feet of the Hogarth. Despite The Dons creating numerous chances in the second half it was Rangers who grabbed the next goal. Ebiowei showed neat footwork, he chipped the ball into McKeee who took one touch and fired the ball past Ritchie. Rangers put the game well beyond doubt in the final 10 minutes when Ebiowei scored from the penalty spot after a handball was given against Turner. Despite the scoreline, Aberdeen still looked for a third goal. Turner got his head to a Ryan Duncan free-kick but couldn't direct it on target and Barry tested Hogarth late on with a long range drive but the Rangers keeper held onto his effort well.