ABERDEEN boss Craig Brown is disappointed to have missed out on continuing the 100 percent start to his Dons career.
Brown's chances of recording a third straight victory since taking over the Pittodrie hot seat were dashed when David Goodwillie struck a leveller in the third minute of injury time.
And the gaffer reckons that Aberdeen had the best chances during the second half, but is happy with the overall progression his side is making.
Brown said after the game: "I felt we were going to take all three points.
"I thought if anyone was going to score towards the end of the game, it was Aberdeen because we were totally dominant in the second half and Jamie Langfield hadn't anything whatsoever to do but then a quick snapshot from Goodwillie beat him just towards the end.
"I can't fault the team, tremendous effort, three games in a week. It's understandable the legs were just a wee bit weary towards the end.
"If someone had said seven points from three games, I think we would've been delighted with that and here we are sitting disappointed that we didn't get three points today and nine out of three games.
"So that shows the level of progress that has been made."