The Dons forced a corner on the left, Greg Tansey's inswinging right footed delivery found Andrew Considine – making his 400th competitive appearance for Aberdeen – he headed the ball back and Mark Reynolds crashed home a spectacular volley on the
IF Shay Logan, in his dotage, should ever seek a retirement pad close to the scene of some of his finest career moments, the sheltered housing scheme of choice might just lie in Dingwall rather than Aberdeen. With startling regularity, the 29-year-old. Stevie May made his debut as the Dons came from behind to beat Ross County 2-1 in a thrilling encounter at Dingwall. Manager Derek McInnes made three changes to the team that started against Hamilton Academical on Wednesday in the League Cup.
Ross County 1 Aberdeen 2: County come close to a leveller in stoppage time but Dons hold on for points
Ross County edged out by Aberdeen after early opener
The Staggies had taken an early lead just 80 seconds into the match when Craig Curran nodded home, however Mark Reynolds' volley restored parity midway through the first-half. Defender Shay Logan netted the winner less than 20 minutes from the end
The Aberdeen defender struck to give his team three points against Jim McIntyre's men – and make it FOUR games in a row he's scored in Dingwall. Shay Logan continued his run of scoring at Dingwall. Kenny Ramsay – The Sun Glasgow. 4. Shay Logan. Aberdeen maintained their 100 per cent start to the new Premiership season with a hard-fought 2-1 win away at Ross County. Craig Curran opened the scoring with a second-minute header to hand the home side an early lead at Victoria Park before Mark