Date: 16th March 2009 at 8:03pm
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A) Aberdeen 2 V 0 Rangers

Date: 20.05.07

Venue: Pittodrie

Competition: League

Attendance: 20010

Goal scorers: Severin, Lovell

Description: The final day of the 2006/2007 season saw the Dons defeat Rangers and seal continental football for the following season. A huge home crowd watched on as Scott Severin opened the scoring with a long range effort before Steve Lovell made it two before half time.


B) Aberdeen 4 V 0 Copenhagen

Date: 20.12.07

Venue: Pittodrie

Competition: UEFA Cup

Attendance: 20446

Goal scorers: Smith X2, Foster, O.G
Description: A great European night at Pittodrie, as the reds secured their place in the last 32 with a stunning second half display against Danish champions Copenhagen.


C) Aberdeen 2 v 2 Bayern Munich

Date: 14.02.08

Venue: Pittodrie

Competition: UEFA Cup

Attendance: 20047

Goal scorers: Walker, Aluko
Description: Another of last season`s great European nights at Pittodrie. A fantastic atmosphere and game to match. A game to remember as the dons held one of Europe`s finest, thanks to two great goals from young Englishmen: Josh Walker and Sone Aluko.


D) Celtic 0 V 1 Aberdeen

Date: 18.03.08

Venue: Parkhead

Competition: Scottish cup (quarter final)

Attendance: 33,506

Goalscorers: Mackie
Description: Aberdeen booked their place in last season`s semi final with a victory at Parkhead after being denied the victory at Pittodrie by a late goal.


E) Aberdeen 2 V 0 Rangers

Date: 22.05.08

Venue: Pittodrie

Competition: League

Attendance: 17,509

Goalscorers: Miller, Mackie
Description: The dons killed Rangers title hopes with a comfortable victory at Pittodrie. Jean Claude Darcheville was made to look silly after his comments in the media that Rangers could put six past the dons.


F) Aberdeen 4 V 2 Celtic

Date: 18.01.09

Venue: Pittodrie

Competition: League

Attendance: 18,100

Goalscorers: Diamond X2, McDonald, Duff
Description: The dons continued to put their European challenge back on track in January with a fine win over Celtic.