Date: 16th February 2015 at 10:59am
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Aberdeen moved back within touching distance of leaders Celtic with a comfortable win at Hamilton on Sunday.

Hamilton ended the game at New Douglas Park with 10-men but this made little difference as the game was already won at that point, it was effectively overly inside 10-minutes before being finished off late on in the three-nil win with several goals ruled out too….

It took just minutes for Considine (6) to give us the lead as Gordon couldn’t clear and Hamilton ‘keeper McGovern knocked to Considine who didn’t need asking twice. Just two-minutes later the points were all but secured when another cross from McGinn was tucked away by Jack (8).

It wasn’t all our own way though as Brown had to make some saves, from one he needed extra help from Reynolds to clear off the line as Hamilton tried to get back into the game, which should have been wrapped up when Rooney had an effort against the underside of the bar – this was well over the line but wasn’t awarded….

Hamilton defender Garcia Tena picked up two yellow cards within 10-minutes of each other to see him sent off in the second half as Hamilton ‘keeper McGovern kept the scoreline respectable.

He was beaten by a Considine header and Goodwillie strike but they were disallowed for a foul and offside respectively but with two-minutes to play McGinn (88) rounded off the three-nil win and move us to within three-points of Celtic again, albeit with the leaders having the played games less.

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