Friday night saw Aberdeen at their absolute best as they denied secured an spectacular away win at Dundee.
All the talk before the game was centered on the fact that a win for the home side would crown Celtic champions of Scotland once again, but that was never on the cards as the Dons charged into a 4-0 lead before half time.
Republic of Ireland international Jonny Hayes was impressive throughout and was given a standing ovation when he was withdrawn having contributed two assists, the second an absolutely delicious disguised pass for Ryan Jack to score.
Great vision, absolutely begging to be buried.
But the night belonged to Aberdeen left-back Andrew Considine who scored a hat-trick, much to the delight of his teammates and travelling fans.
The win puts Derek McInnes' side 11 points clear of Rangers in third place having played a game more in the battle for second place, and with a Scottish Cup semi-final against Hibs to look forward to, there's a feel-good factor about Pittodrie.