Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes praises his players after the rescue a point at Motherwell.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has praised the attitude of his players after they snatched a last-gasp draw at Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.
Russell Anderson found the net deep into stoppage time to rescue a point for the Dons and keep his side in second place in the table.
"I'm delighted with the two goals and delighted with the attitude of the players near the end," BBC Sport quotes McInnes as saying.
McInnes's opposite number Stuart McCall insisted in his post-match interview that a draw was a fair reflection of the match.
"I thought 2-2 was a fair result, without a doubt," he said.
The result leaves Motherwell in third place, one point behind Aberdeen above them with a game in hand.
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