Livingston and Aberdeen battled to an unconvincing goalless draw in Scottish Premiership this evening, both teams having failed to score yet this season.
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1. Kelle Roos
Dons goalkeeper Tom McCarthy displayed his interest in puzzle plots by leaping in front of Nisbet’s effort and blocking one from a free kick free kick from being taken.
Aberdeen made progress as Duk sliced his second-half shot wide as Aluko, Paton and Mulgrew failed to find their killer touch – essential if they are to compete for top three positions.
2. Shayden Morris
Morris was outstanding for the Lions in midfield, constantly turning, picking out passes, and providing constant threats. Together with McGrath he gave them a sense of purpose that Brendan Rodgers could not break.
Liel Abada and Matt O’Riley came close to breaking the deadlock but both attempts were denied by Macey, as well as attempts from Aluko and Sutton.
3. Leighton Clarkson
Two weeks ago, Leighton Clarkson returned from an Ibiza post-season holiday, landing back in Manchester and heading straight for Aberdeen for contract signing and club media duties the next morning.
At Pittodrie, The Dons were welcomed by over 4,000 travelling supporters who celebrated their signing of new goalkeeper Stefan Maurer despite not scoring enough goals in return for their efforts.
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Roos made two timely saves against Duk’s shot and Rogic’s follow-up as the visitors continued their push in the second period. A shimmy from Paton set Aluko up, but his initial touch let him down; nevertheless he earned a corner kick.
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5. Cristian Montano
Cristian Montano volleyed far wide following a cross from Luiyi de Lucas while Mo Sangare also missed with a right foot shot from close range.
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Livi centre-back Jordan Morris produced an outstanding display in a 0-0 draw at Tony Macaroni Arena. He took the ball on and won several defensive headers during an intense physical encounter against Aberdeen forwards.
Duk struggled to establish himself in front of goal, seemingly deliberating on every opportunity that presented itself – eventually misplacing an effort late in the match as the Dons pressed hard for an equaliser.
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7. Mo Sangare
Sangare was met with thunderous applause as the crowd cheered him into the stadium wearing number seven, having already made waves at second-string level for Newcastle United youth academy graduate last season.
Midfielder Ibrahim Mahdi hails from a country marred by internal conflict for years; international recognition drives his passion. Ideally, Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers could provide that stepping stone.
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Aberdeen’s Duk sent his effort wide after meeting Leighton Clarkson’s corner, while Mo Sangare flashed one wide for the Dons as well. Aluko tested Ruddy with his header.
Although their defence worked diligently, the Dons were unable to penetrate Livingston’s solid defence. Still, they go into the international break with one point secured – not an unsatisfactory result at all!
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Aberdeen improved after halftime, with Aluko, Paton, and Mulgrew looking lively, but their efforts were neutralized by a resilient home defence led by Ruddy who saved Ifil’s long free kick before their referee dismissed any tentative penalty claims from Aberdeen.
Duk inexplicably misjudged his header from Leighton Clarkson’s corner before miscuing an effort in the final minutes, leading to just one point for the Dons at full time. His profligacy played an integral part in this outcome.
10. Shayden Morris
Aberdeen moved forward in an attempt to break the deadlock and created two opportunities. Duk met Leighton Clarkson’s corner but headed wide before Morris attempted a shot past Macey but was easily denied by him.
Celtic displayed plenty of determination but were lacking the cutting edge that has defined their best performances under Brendan Rodgers. After the break they appeared more direct with Edouard and Forrest unable to test Ruddy.