Hibernian fans may not have enjoyed their trip to Pittodrie as their team went down 2-1 but they were given a moment to remember from Eoin Doyle.
The Irishman unleashed a fierce shot on the turn to beat Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield at his near post.
Pat Fenlon’s men were trailing to Niall McGinn’s fourth minute opener before Doyle’s goal brought them level at the break.
It was his third goal of the season having previously found the net against St Johnstone and against Inverness Caledonian Thistle last weekend.
The strike was Doyle’s first away goal in the SPL with his other four goals coming at Easter Road.
The 24-year-old’s first for the capital club came in the Scottish Cup against Cowdenbeath back in January.
Fenlon spoke of his pleasure at the developing partnership between Doyle and Leigh Griffiths, saying: "He [Doyle] is playing with real confidence at the moment.
"Leigh is probably taking a lot of the credit but Eoin's work-rate has been fantastic and he is chipping in with goals now, which is a real plus. They look a handful together and a decent partnership."