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April 2016

No. of Shots

16 7

Shots on Target

9 4

Possession

51% 49%

Fouls Conceded

10 16

Corners Won

9 1

Discipline

 
Goals

Brophy 17 (Pen)

Kiltie 23

McGinn 36

McLennan 50

Killie Team

Branescu,  O’Donnell, Broadfoot, Findlay, Hamalainen, Burke, Kiltie, Dicker McKenzie,  Kabamba, Brophy

Subs not used: Koprivec, Johson, Taylor, Millen, Lyle, Connell. St Clair (None Used)

Attendance: 4,217

Man of the Match Vote

Match Recap

The Dons came from two goals down to preserve their eight-year unbeaten record at the "Theatre of Pies". 

Eamonn Brophy's penalty and Greg Kiltie's strike (right) put Kilmarnock clear, but Niall McGinn volleyed in Connor McLennan's cross and the latter headed in the equaliser in the second half of an absorbing contest.

But despite battling back, Aberdeen slip three points behind Motherwell in the race for third.

The point keeps Kilmarnock in seventh place, four points off sixth place Hibernian, but they are yet to win in four matches since defeating Rangers on 12 February.

Comments

Alex Dyer: "The team performance was very good in periods. We start very well, go two goals up and then we panic for the last 15 minutes of the first half and carry it on in the second. "But, when it goes back to 2-2, we started playing again. I'm very disappointed. Like last time, we had chances to win the game."

Greg Kiltie: “The only positive I can take was that we picked up a point and put in a decent performance, which we can hopefully carry into the coming weeks. I don’t know why it’s hard against Aberdeen, I just wish we’d start beating them. They’ve definitely been our bogey team over the years, and tonight from the position we were in, that should’ve been a win.”

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