Ross County move up to third in the Scottish Premier League following a 1-0 win over Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League.
A strike from Gary Glen has given Ross County all three points against Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League.
The visitors made an aggressive start to the game, Richard Brittain forcing an early save from Jamie Langfield, before Sam Morrow was flagged offside while bearing down on goal.
Ivan Sproule also looked dangerous in the opening period, with Ross County finishing the first half on top.
The hosts came out strong after the break, Johnny Hayes sending in a number of crosses, while Gavin Rae had an effort go wide.
The visitors began to dominate possession towards the end of the match, and capitalised in the 81st minute, Glen blasting the ball into the net from close range.
Rae and Robert Milson both forced saves from Mark Brown late on as Aberdeen pushed for an equaliser, but they were unable to get the better of the County keeper.
The win moves Ross County up to third in the table, while Aberdeen remain eighth.
Result: Sproule brace helps Ross County to win >