First half was bright for the home side with dominating in possession and really showing true determination to score more than the one goal before half time. For the visitors it was an unfortunate start to the first half as they conceded a goal minutes after kick-off. They did try to score the equaliser however it was not to be, considering all the chances they also had. Killie were not up to their best as they too squandered a lot of chances to increase their lead.
Second half, Aberdeen were a changed side and taught Killie a lesson, by keeping the ball in possession compared to Killie who were losing the ball frequently. Less than a minute had gone before the Dons equalised then soon after, Aberdeen just kept their efforts up and Killie's goalkeeper was beaten time after time. Aberdeen knew there were chances and they took them and Killie? Not a peep as defence were AWOL this half and there were clear gaps allowing Aberdeen's forwards to get through.
With ten minutes remaining the Dons' 3rd goal had gone in and then you could hear the noise of the home stands emptying. The Killie faithful had had quite enough and could not stand anymore - who could blame them?