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The referee brings the game to a close.
Handball decision goes against Erik Cikos.
Jordan Slew takes a shot. A parry by Jamie Langfield prevents the goal.
Richard Brittain crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Joe Shaughnessy concedes a free kick for a foul on Richard Brittain.
The ball is swung over by Evangelos Ikonomou.
Header by Scott Boyd misses right.
Andrew Considine is shown a red card for serious foul play.
Andrew Considine concedes a free kick for a foul on Graham Carey.
Calvin Zola is brought on as a substitute for Niall McGinn.
Shot by Jordan Slew cleared the net.
Steven Saunders on for Yoann Arquin.
Adam Rooney crosses the ball.
Corner taken by Graham Carey.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Yoann Arquin.
Centre by Joe Shaughnessy.
Adam Rooney grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Ross County 1-1 Aberdeen.
Corner taken by Barry Robson from the left by-line.
Barry Robson takes a shot. Mark Brown parries the effort to safety.
Filip Kiss has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the net.
Scott Vernon comes on in place of Cameron Smith.
Jordan Slew replaces Melvin De Leeuw.
Yann Songo'o takes the free kick.
Adam Rooney challenges Richard Brittain unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Shaleum Logan on Yoann Arquin.
Jamie Langfield takes the free kick.
Yoann Arquin concedes a free kick for a foul on Barry Robson.
Yoann Arquin takes the chance to get an effort at goal.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Graham Carey.
Clearance by Shaleum Logan.
Free kick taken by Graham Carey.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Willo Flood on Michael Tidser.
Corner taken by Barry Robson from the right by-line.
Free kick taken by Jamie Langfield.
Shaleum Logan fouled by Erik Cikos, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is swung over by Joe Shaughnessy.
The referee blows for offside against Niall McGinn.
Shot by Joe Shaughnessy. Mark Brown safely holds on.
Shaleum Logan delivers the ball.
Barry Robson has a direct shot on goal from the free kick.
Handball by Scott Boyd.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Barry Robson.
The ball is crossed by Shaleum Logan.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Melvin De Leeuw.
Melvin De Leeuw gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Joe Shaughnessy.
Free kick taken by Ryan Jack.
Barry Robson fouled by Filip Kiss, the ref awards a free kick.
The referee blows the whistle to start the second half.
Alan Tate goes off and Joe Shaughnessy comes on.
The whistle is blown to end the first half.
Scott Boyd manages to make a clearance.
Foul by Yoann Arquin on Mark Reynolds, free kick awarded.
Shot by Michael Tidser went over the net.
Caution for Andrew Considine.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andrew Considine on Erik Cikos.
Yoann Arquin takes a shot. Jamie Langfield catches the ball.
Free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Evangelos Ikonomou by Shaleum Logan.
Niall McGinn delivers the ball.
Melvin De Leeuw sends in a cross.
Clearance made by Scott Boyd.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Melvin De Leeuw by Willo Flood.
Yann Songo'o restarts play with the free kick.
Richard Brittain fouled by Willo Flood, the ref awards a free kick.
Foul by Yoann Arquin on Alan Tate, free kick awarded.
Scott Boyd restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Evangelos Ikonomou by Cameron Smith results in a free kick.
Jamie Langfield restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Graham Carey on Shaleum Logan, free kick awarded.
Niall McGinn has an effort at goal. Mark Brown catches the ball.
The ball is sent over by Graham Carey.
Willo Flood has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.
Scott Boyd makes a clearance.
Barry Robson has an effort at goal. A parry by Mark Brown prevents the goal.
Alan Tate takes the free kick.
Barry Robson has an effort at goal. Mark Brown safely holds on.
Alan Tate restarts play with the free kick.
Erik Cikos restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Barry Robson on Erik Cikos, free kick awarded.
The match has kicked off.
Adams sets County challenge
Ross County manager Derek Adams has challenged his players to use their meeting with a rejoicing Aberdeen side to showcase their own talents.
An estimated 100,000 Dons fans turned out in the Granite City on Sunday as Derek McInnes and his players paraded the League Cup trophy seven days after their final victory over Inverness.
Aberdeen maintained second place in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday with victory over Kilmarnock and Adams is relishing the televised contest against his former club in Dingwall on Tuesday night.
"They are on a crest of a wave, they had a great day on Sunday parading the cup through the streets of Aberdeen," he said.
"They will have that buzz and excitement but we have got that as well because we are playing Aberdeen and the players will want to show how good they are."
County are in the midst of a five-game run against top-six teams, which started with victory over St Johnstone and continued with defeat at Motherwell on Saturday.
"We have a tough schedule but we enjoy playing in the high-profile games, because Aberdeen have come off a magnificent result, winning the cup final," said Adams, whose side are two points above St Mirren and the relegation play-off spot.
"Then we go to Celtic on Saturday. It's an eventful week for us but something we look forward to.
"When the TV cameras are here and we're playing against one of the top sides in the country, you do lift your game. There's no doubt about it.
"The atmosphere will be very good, Aberdeen will bring a good following and we will have a good crowd.
"Everybody has the opportunity to show how good a player they are.
"I keep on saying that - there's a lot of eyes watching you so it's always good to play well when the TV cameras are there."
Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield admits their "totally overwhelming" city reception has given him the appetite to win more trophies with the Dons.
An estimated 100,000 people lined the streets of Aberdeen on Sunday as Langfield and his team-mates paraded the League Cup on an open-top bus.
Langfield has made more than 300 appearances for the club and is one of the longest-serving players, having signed from Dunfermline in 2005.
But even he was left speechless at the welcome from the city as they celebrated the Dons' first silverware for almost 19 years.
The 34-year-old said: "It was such a surreal and overwhelming experience. I was very fortunate, I got to do it with my two kids and all my team-mates and all the members of staff.
"It's one of these things that will live with you forever.
"It does give you that hunger to do it again.
"The fans were incredible, we couldn't believe it. Every single player was totally overwhelmed by the support we got. It's great we can put a smile on so many people's faces."
Before they shared the trophy with the people of the city, Aberdeen got back to Scottish Premiership business with a 2-1 win over Kilmarnock at Pittodrie on Saturday.
And they can move three points above third-placed Motherwell by winning their game in hand against Ross County at Dingwall on Tuesday night.
However, Langfield is well aware they have lost both their league games at the Global Energy Stadium and have only beaten County once in five top-flight matches.
"It's a very difficult place to go," Langfield said. "But the boys are full of confidence just now, not just because of the final, but a great result against Kilmarnock at the weekend.
"People maybe thought we would slip up after the highs of the week before but we did a really good job on Kilmarnock.
"We knew even when we went 1-0 down that we had the boys on the pitch to win us the game.
"We just need to take that confidence into the game against Ross County.
"We are under no illusions, we know it will be a difficult game. They are fighting for points and we are fighting for points to maintain our position in second place."
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