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- Hearts 0-1 Aberdeen
- Walker denied equaliser by Dons keeper Lewis
- Hayes volleys Aberdeen in front
- Shinnie hits post, Rooney fires rebound wide
- McLean goes close with header for Dons
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- Quote Message: I think it is Rangers and Aberdeen fighting now for second place. Hearts do not have the quality to compete and it is between them and St Johnstone for fourth from Allan Preston BBC Radio Scotland pundit
Hearts head coach Ian Cathro on BBC Radio Scotland: "Initially, we probably lost the fight to make the game the way we wanted it to be.
"Although it was difficult, with a bit of suffering and stress, they showed good fight to get through to half time.
"In the second half, with a bit of adjustments, we were able to compete a bit more. But another lesson.
"Will we look to add players of a different type? Yes, we will work on that during January, but it is a difficult window and we won't be rushed."
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes on BBC Radio Scotland: "Hearts are a good team, but we nullified their threat and, once we played in the final third, we created some good chances.
"To come here as the away team, when the Hearts team go off to boos at the half-time, that is half the job done.
"We just needed to go on from that and score and I thought we were thoroughly deserving winners.
"Jonny's speed is always important to us, but as a wide player we are always stressing that he needs to contribute with goals and it is great to see him get the reward for that effort.
"It has been a strong week for us - nine points from three games."
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- Quote Message: Derek McInnes got his tactics right much better than Ian Cathro, but he is a young man still learning his trade. It was 1-0, but there was a massive gulf in class from Allan Preston BBC Radio Scotland pundit
- Quote Message: I thought Aberdeen thoroughly deserved their win. They were streets ahead of Hearts. I was really disappointed in Hearts. They were lacking in everything and, tactically, Derek McInnes was streets ahead of Ian Cathro from Willie Miller BBC Radio Scotland pundit
Aberdeen move six points clear of Hearts with a game in hand and move to within two of second-placed Rangers with their third win in a row.
The Dons have played the same number of games as Rangers, who host leaders Celtic tomorrow.
So close to a last-ditch equaliser as Jamie Walker's header across goal is met by Don Cowie at the back post, but the midfielder's header deflects off Shay Logan and wide to be met immediately by the final whistle.
The Hearts fans are streaming out of the ground already.
Liam Smith's miserable night is complete as he is booked for a cynical foul on Jonny Hayes as we enter three minutes of stoppage time.
Defender Anthony O'Connor comes on for Niall McGinn as Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes looks to secure the win.
Jamie Walker shows neat footwork to make space for himself before a smart turn and shot that forces a fine save from Dons goalkeeper Joe Lewis and Hearts are unable to make anything of the corner.
Hearts boss Ian Cathro brings on striker Robbie Muirhead for defender Igor Rossi as he goes all out to save the game.