Severin ties up win
By Alex Livie. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Aberdeen climbed up to fourth in the Scottish Premier League table with a last-gasp victory over Hibernian.
The points seemed set to be shared at Pittodrie, but no-one had told Scott Severin who popped up in injury time to stun the capital club.
Following a low key first half, the game sprang into life shortly after the interval, as Chris Killen fired Hibernian into the lead following some poor defending from Zander Diamond.
The advantage lasted just nine minutes, as Lee Miller drew The Dons level with a neat turn and shot.
Killen went from hero to villain on 65 minutes, as he was dismissed after picking up a second yellow card.
Hibs dug in but their efforts proved in vain, as Severin fired home a superb drive from 20 yards to clinch a dramatic win for The Dons.
Hibernian can now turn their attentions to off-field matters, with the club widely expected to name their successor to Tony Mowbray this week.
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Aberdeen 2-1 Hibernian