Derek McInnes describes his side's performance against Ross County as "excellent".
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was full of praise for his players following their 3-0 win over Ross County in the Scottish Premiership.
The Dons boss said that he was pleased with his team's tempo throughout the match and described their overall performance as "excellent".
BBC Sport quotes him as saying: "We played with real tempo. We got a good lead at half time. Loads of good play throughout the 90 minutes. Over the piece, it was excellent work."
Adam Rooney, David Goodwillie and Peter Pawlett were on target for Aberdeen, who moved up to seventh place in the league table.
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