Aberdeen 4 – Celtic 4 (SPL, February 13, 2010) The Bhoys needed just three minutes to get their noses in front at Aberdeen, Robbie Keane saw his shot saved by Langfield only for Diomansy Kamara to pounce from a tight angle. The Dons weren’t behind for long, Michael Paton cracked home a 20-yard shot past Boruc just six minutes later. Celtic retook the lead with a wonderful end to end move, Scott Brown carried the ball 70-yards out of defence upfield before playing in Keane on the right, the loanee threaded a pass to the back-post where Marc Antoine Fortune was speeding in to claim a simple tap-in. Again the Dons rallied instantly, Paterson picked out Darren Mackie at the back post, and the striker had time to control and lash in the equaliser. (First half highlights here.) Midway though the second half Celtic went in from for the third time as Robbie Keane headed home a Kamara cross from the right, and in the 72nd minute Aiden McGeady bagged number four with a fine solo goal. A 75th minute Steven MacLean penalty set up a tense finish and Celtic blew another chance to close in on Rangers as Steven MacLean squared the match 4-4 scoring two minutes from time.