Duk scores a double to give a 2-0 win to Aberdeen over Kilmarnock. HIGHLIGHTS

ABERDEEN. Aberdeen beats Kilmarnock 2-0 after Duk scores 2 goals.

Duk scores a double to give a 2-0 win to Aberdeen over Kilmarnock. HIGHLIGHTS

ABERDEEN. Aberdeen conquers Kilmarnock 2-0 after Duk scores 2 goals.

The match was played at the Pittodrie Stadium stadium in Aberdeen on Saturday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Don Robertson who had the assistance of David Doig and Chris Rae. The 4th official was Chris Fordyce. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 8.4 degrees Celsius or 47.08 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 84%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 55 Ball Possession 45
Shots
  • 13 Total 16
  • 3 On Target 2
  • 5 Off Target 8
  • 5 Shots blocked 6
  • 143 Attack 101
  • 55 Dangerous attack 43
  • 0 Ball safe 0
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 8
  • 1 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 12 Total 5
  • 1 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 2 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Aberdeen was in firm control of the ball 55% while Kilmarnock was struggling with a 45% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Aberdeen was putting more pressure with 55 dangerous attacks and 13 shots of which 3 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Aberdeen won the match​.

Aberdeen shot 13 times, 3 on target, 5 off target. Regarding the opposition, Kilmarnock shot 16 times, 2 on target, 8 off target.

Cards

Aberdeen received 1 yellow card (Jonny Hayes). On the opposite side, Kilmarnock received 1 yellow card (D. Watson).

Match Timeline

Duk(goal)Bojan Miovski
1'
42'
D. Watson- Yellow
46'
Duk(goal)
59'
72'
Marley Watkins- sub ->Bojan Miovski
72'
Jonny Hayes- Yellow
78'
81'
Fraser Murray- sub ->Danny Armstrong
89'
Bobby Wales- sub ->Christian Doidge

Standings

After playing this contest, Aberdeen will have 47 points to hold in the 3rd place. Talking about the opposition, Kilmarnock will stay with 28 points to remain in the 10th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Premiership, Aberdeen will host Rangers on the 23rd of April with a 28-8 head to head stats in favor of Rangers (13 draws).

Kilmarnock will play away agasint St. Mirren on the 22nd of April with a 19-13 head to head statistic in favor of Kilmarnock (13 draws).

Aberdeen – Formation

Aberdeen
G
Kelle Roos 24.Netherlands
7.0
D
Angus MacDonald 27.England
6.1
D
Liam Scales  4.Republic of Ireland
7.8
D
Mattie Pollock 18.England
6.9
M
Jonny Hayes 17.Republic of Ireland
6.5
78'
M
Ylber Ramadani 16.Albania
6.0
M
Ross McCrorie 2.Scotland
5.9
M
Leighton Clarkson 20.England
7.5
M
Ryan Duncan 23.Scotland
6.4
F
Bojan Miovski 9.Macedonia
7.6
72'
F
Duk 11.Cape Verde
8.3
77' Goals1', 59'
Substitutes
G
Jay Gorter 19.Netherlands
D
Jayden Richardson 25.England
D
Jack MacKenzie 3.Scotland
D
Hayden Coulson 22.England
M
P. Myslovič 14.Slovakia
F
Matty Kennedy 33.Scotland
F
Marley Watkins 15.Wales
6.8
72'
F
D. Markanday 10.England

Aberdeen started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

The manager Barry Robson decided to play with the following team: Kelle Roos (7.0), Matthew Pollock (6.9), Angus MacDonald (6.1), Liam Scales (7.8), Ross McCrorie (5.9), Ryan Duncan (6.4), Leighton Clarkson (7.5), Ylber Ramadani (6.0), Jonny Hayes (6.5), Bojan Miovski (7.6) and Luís Henriques de Barros Lopes (8.3).

The home team had on the bench: Jayden Richardson, Matthew Kennedy, Alfie Bavidge (6.4), Marley Watkins (6.8), Jay Gorter, Jack Mackenzie, Dilan Markanday, Patrik Myslovič and Hayden Coulson.

Substitutions

Aberdeen made only 1 change substituting Bojan Miovski for Marley Watkins (72′)​.

Best player: Luís Henriques de Barros Lopes​

The player that probably impressed the most for Aberdeen was Luís Henriques de Barros Lopes.

His rating is (8.3) with 2 goals, 18 passes (83% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 15. He performed 2 crosses.

Kilmarnock – Formation

Kilmarnock
G
Sam Walker 20.England
6.4
D
Joe Wright 19.Wales
6.7
D
Lewis Mayo 2.Scotland
7.7
D
J. Dorsett 3.Montserrat
6.4
M
L. Chambers 24.England
6.9
M
Liam Donnelly 22.Northern Ireland
7.1
M
Danny Armstrong 11.Scotland
6.5
81'
M
Brad Lyons 17.Northern Ireland
7.0
46'
M
D. Watson 34.Scotland
6.5
42'
F
Jordan Jones 10.Northern Ireland
7.3
72'
F
Christian Doidge 26.Wales
6.8
89'
Substitutes
G
Zach Hemming 1.England
D
R. Alebiosu 25.England
6.8
46'
D
Ash Taylor 5.Wales
M
K. McInroy 21.Scotland
M
Fraser Murray 15.Scotland
81'
M
Alan Power 4.Republic of Ireland
M
B. Alston 8.Scotland
F
S. Robinson 16.Scotland
6.9
72'
F
Bobby Wales 29.Scotland
89'

Kilmarnock started with a 3-5-1-1 line-up (3-5-1-1).

Derek McInnes played with: Sam Walker (6.4), Lewis Mayo (7.7), Joe Wright (6.7), Jeriel Dorsett (6.4), Danny Armstrong (6.5), David Watson (6.5), Bradley Lyons (7.0), Liam Donnelly (7.1), Luke Chambers (6.9), Jordan Jones (7.3) and Christian Doidge (6.8).

They had on the bench: Scott Robinson (6.9), Ryan Alebiosu (6.8), Kerr Mcinroy, Fraser Murray, Alan Power, Bobby Wales, Ash Taylor, Blair Alston and Zachary Hemming.

Substitutions

Kilmarnock made 3 changes: Bradley Lyons for Ryan Alebiousu (46′), Jordan Jones for Scott Robinson (72′) and Danny Armstrong for Fraser Murray (81′).

Best player: Lewis Mayo​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Kilmarnock was Lewis Mayo.

His rating is (7.7) with 31 passes (58% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 10 duels out of 17.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premiership.​